‘TIS THE SEASON TO GIFT JEWELLERY (fa la la la la…)

December 01, 2020 2 min read

‘TIS THE SEASON TO GIFT JEWELLERY (fa la la la la…)

XO 2020

After the longest year in living memory for many, our budding English jewellery brand, The Diamond Setter, is offering unique gifting inspiration and a design experience to create bespoke, handmade pieces for your loved ones (or yourself!) this Christmas.

We are an independent, family-owned business, offering a boutique range of jewellery created by our expert jeweller and gem-setter (also known as Gav) entirely under one roof: sustainably and with love.

We are Gavin and Lorraine Marsh, and this Christmas, we are offering bespoke, personalised pieces for both men and women, using recycled gold and silver to create timeless treasures. Pendants, pearls, ‘dog tags’ and signet rings are just some of the new range on offer, with the unique option of being able to personalise each and every order to suit your taste and budget.

 

Taken in front of our studio at Salomons Estate. A space which was once a purpose built garage by Sir David Salomons back mid 1800s. Image by Jess Gibson of The TN Card.

 

Straight from the maker

Stuck for inspiration? Look no further – we have our full new range online for your viewing pleasure, and if you can’t find what you are looking for, just get in touch. We’ll be happy to work with you to create the perfect, handmade piece.

Even better, we gift wrap all of our beautiful pieces in luxury, eco-friendly gift boxes – and if you’re in the UK, (because we love you already), we will ship it for free.

Referral and rewards programmes are already up and running, so be sure to create an account with us to start earning points (which equal actual money!) you can spend on your next purchase.

 

 

And because we know that our own challenging year has by no means been the hardest, 5% of every purchase will go towards children’s charity KidsOut which helps over 20,000 children fleeing from domestic abuse in the UK each year, and reminds them what it is to just be young and have fun - especially this Christmas.

After a year of having so little choice about the lives we are currently living, we think the opportunity to help create a personalised piece of fine jewellery feels like a bright spot, and the right way to farewell 2020. And to put a wee cherry (or fairy) on top, we will be popping all December purchases into a lucky draw to win a ‘Hello 2021’ gift.

For more information, or just to have a wee poke around, come and see our workshop and showroom at Salomons’ Estate, visit our website, email us or message through our chatbox.

We look forward to getting to know you and wishing you a happy celebration of Christmas.

Gavin and Lorraine


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