Mokume Gane woodgrain.

For anyone who has only just seen Mokume Gane for the first time, It's a close Japanese translation of woodgrain metal. It's most often used for jewellery in our present day. Most Mokume for jewellery starts it's life as 25-26 fine flat sheets of precious metals. Processing Crafts people have different ways of fusing all of the precious metals together. Like us, most people keep it a guarded secret, to their exact method. Like a secret family recipe. The way to fuse any precious metal sheets together for Mokume Gane, is by a mixture…

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Handmade Jewellers in Kent

Handmade Jewellers in Kent
Andy Lawrence in the studio

At the very start, and the heart of what we do, is YOU. We love creating jewellery and feel so privileged to be part of someone’s unique and very special journey. So...we thought it was time to share with the world, not only our creations, but our thoughts, discoveries, and some hints and tips for you. Our blogs will be shared regularly on our website, on Twitter, and a link to each one on Facebook. We’ll be covering a range of different meaningful topics; from how to choose the perfect ring, different styles of…

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Rose Gold

Life is Rosy - The rise of Rose Gold Unless you’ve been in hibernation over the last few years, you won’t have failed to notice the rise in popularity of rose gold. It started to feature in more jewellery pieces 5 years ago and since then, it’s hit the retail industry by storm. From phones to cosmetics, clothes and accessories, we ladies can’t get enough of the blushy hue. Life is indeed rosy and looks like it’s here to stay. What is rose gold? Rose gold consists mainly of fine gold, with a smaller…

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