This past month we have been busy in the studio creating some beautiful new diamond bombe rings, which will be available soon to purchase on the website. Using our signature 18ct fair trade yellow gold, each ring has been hand crafted in our UK studios. The rose cut diamonds we used were chosen for their striking depth and colour and sparkle like no other.
Last year saw our engagement rings become even more popular and after a few lovely Christmas commissions, we are looking forward to starting some more again in time for Valentines Day and Spring proposals. With our bespoke service, you can chose the perfect diamond for your one of a kind ring, using ethically sourced gemstones and fair trade gold. If you are thinking of proposing and would like to find out more about our bespoke engagement service, please contact us at email@example.com
This December we will be in store at our luxury atelier pop up shop. In the run up to Christmas we will be at Gallery 40 in Brighton, showcasing both our signature pieces and new collections. We will be in store alongside Sophie Darling, who makes hand printed, bohemian street wear, and Holly M Leather, who makes handmade leather handbags, purses and accessories.
You can keep up to date with news about the shop via our Facebook page.
The shop opens its doors on the 12th December and will be open daily until the 24th December.
Our opening hours are:
Monday - Saturday 11.00 - 18.00
Sunday 11.00 - 17.00
Christmas Eve 11 - 14.00
Late Night Shopping on the 14th & 21st December
18.00 - 21.00
The location of the shop is Gallery 40, 40 Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 4AQ.
You can find the shop on maps here
We are really excited to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Professional Jeweller Collections of the Year award, in the Ethical Jewellery category. Our Dendritic Agate and Diamond collection has been shortlisted and it is one that we are really proud of. It is always an honour to be recognised for all the hard work we put into ensuring our business is as eco conscious as possible. If you agree and love our work, please vote for us by following this link:
If you would like to read more about our sustainability ethos, click here.
We have more beautiful pieces coming straight off the bench and ready for Goldsmiths Fair. If you can make it, come and see us at Stand 58 Week 2
#rosecutdionds #ethicaljewellery #fairtradegold #alternativebridal #goldsmithsfair2017
We've been busy in the studio this summer getting reading for Goldsmiths' Fair this October. We will be exhibiting in week two of the fair, from the 3rd - 8th October 2017 and are really excited to showcase some of our new pieces, as well as our current collections.
One of the pieces we are really excited about is this Eternal Diamond Ring. The ring has a record amount of diamonds for us - 42 - and it sparkles like no other. If you would like to see it on and catch those sparkles for yourself, make sure to visit us and try it on.
We are fully into wedding season now, and although the weather has taken a turn for the worse in the South, we're still feeling optimistic about all those beautiful summer celebrations there are to look forward to. These diamond rings are some of our favourite alternative wedding and engagement pieces, each one unique with it's own charm. If you're planning on popping the question, why not consider a one of a kind, hand crafted and fair trade ring? We have a large selection of pieces, or if you would like something bespoke, get in touch and we can create a piece just for you.
Our stockist in London, ECONE, has recently added to it's collection of Sorrel Bay Fine Jewellery. We selected some of our favourite pieces from both our new and classic collection, which are now for sale in their London store.
Some of the pieces for sale include our pear shaped three stack diamond ring and our opal pendant necklace.
You can find these pieces and more at ECONE, 41 Exmouth Market, London, EC1R 4QL.
Visit their website here.
We are proud to have been interviewed by Retail Jeweller for their Industry Q&A feature online.
We discussed why ethical jewellery is integral to Sorrel Bay, and our plans for the future of the brand.
Here's an extract from the article:
"Q: How did you get into ethical jewellery?
A: As a child, I was taught to live life as ethically as possible, it was something my parents believed strongly in. For the future of this planet we all need to consider our individual impact on the globe. My children already know the simple rule that one by one, we can change the world. It is the actions of the individual in great numbers that can make the change, so we are all individually very powerful and we must always believe in that."
To read the full interview, click here
Green is my most favourite colour and these ethically sourced Australian tourmalines are in shades that are reminiscent of the crystal clear ocean. Always using my 18ct Fairtrade gold bands I'm working on new settings for these mouth watering gems.
Spring is here and we are excited to announce that we will be holding a Luxury Collective shopping event in Brighton this May. The shop will be located in the heart of Brighton's cultural hub, opposite the iconic Corn Exchange building. The event is from the 1st - 7th May, coinciding with the launch of Brighton festival, and will showcase some of our favourite new pieces. We'll be sending out more information about this in the upcoming weeks, so for now put the date in the diary and watch this space for updates.
We have sourced a stunning selection of ethically mined natural grey rose cut diamonds for our stock of gemstones for commission work. Creating one of a kind unique diamond engagement rings is more than about creating just a ring, but making a piece so rare that is the only one in existence. #futureheirlooms