Winner of our 2021 Gemstone Giveaway

January 26, 2021 1 min read

Winner of our 2021 Gemstone Giveaway

So back in December, we announced that we will be giving away stones worth over £100, just because. :-)

When choosing which stones to give away, we were inspired by the 2021 Pantone Colours of the Year, yellow and grey. 

Lorraine adores yellow and in fact her birthstone is of this colour. 

We chose yellow sapphire to symbolise hopefulness and diamonds to symbolise strength.The Diamond Setter giveaway

 

So with all the names of our customers for December put in top hat (really, it was the random number generator online), one name was chosen and we could not be more delighted that it's the lovely Sophie who came to see us early in December for her engagement ring. Sophie shared stories about her jewellery including one from her nan. It is an absolute privilege to hear these, and be part of such milestones and life long memories.

Here's Sophie looking beautiful collecting the gemstones at the studio.

 

Will you be the our next give away winner? 

Do you have a jewellerey piece in mind that needs an expertise of a master jeweller and diamond setter? Or a jewellerey that needs a bit of TLC, let us know

 

By Lorraine Marsh


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