Heirlooms – to cherish and hand to the next generation
A coming of age, special anniversaries, life-changing travel experiences, engagements, weddings, the birth of a child. Your most significant moments and emotional connections, this is where a timeless piece of custom-made jewellery surges from.
In a most singular way, jewels have a tendency of eternalising fundamental memories that tell tales as old as time. Those decisive moments that shaped you into who you are. If given the chance to encapsulate your story in a bespoke jewellery design – have you ever wondered what that would look like?
It’s through the universal language of precious gemstones that our journey to create modern day heirlooms unfold.
But what exactly makes a piece of bespoke jewellery an heirloom, and how do you begin building your collection?
Well, most importantly, their value lies in the meaningful interrelations that form a link between our past and future. It’s something that will be cherished indefinitely by generations. What to include in your own “treasure box” is always a highly personal assessment. Would you choose classic and timeless designs or trendy jewellery pieces?
The sparkly band on your finger, the elegant strand of pearls around your neck, the rare gemstones shining on your ears. They all say a lot about yourself and also what you wish the people around you to know.
Take for example, an engagement ring. This single object holds so much meaning and symbolises a whole lot more than a relationship, it’s an embodiment of love, companionship, and commitment.
So whenever we start on a new heirloom design, we ask ourselves: “can this item be shared with a daughter thirty years from now?” And this is how traditions are carried forward.
It’s purely fascinating to us being able to observe just how each element chosen turns out to be a pivotal part in the way stories are told through jewellery. Every little decision matters, every piece of metal, every gemstone. You see, our finished pieces are meant to transcend the measure of adornments, they’re an expression of yourself.
Whether contemplating a jewel you dream of inheriting from a relative or the one you plan on passing forward one day, we are talking about the endurance of family ties. The financial value of the piece will be secondary to its meaning.
Summing it up, perhaps the most relevant element to ponder on when you start your collection is its “longevity”. With our dedication to fine jewellery and the quality of gemstones and craftsmanship so your pieces can stand the test of time.