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About Us

Affordable luxury is the heart of our company's ethos. We use the finest quality gemstones to provide you with beautiful pieces of jewellery you can wear everyday.  Style, design and quality are our focus in both our jewellery and home accessories collections.


Our production takes place in India, where we have built a strong partnership with local artisans who are true masters in their craft.  Our gemstones are expertly cut and polished especially for us, making it truly bespoke for each of our designs.
Ethical trading and sourcing is something as a company we feel strongly about.  All of our gemstones are directly supplied by reputable mines from all over the world who adhere to strict codes of business conduct in this industry.  Therefore the origins of all the gemstones in our jewellery can be traced.  Our relationship with our suppliers are based on honesty, fairness, partnership and an understanding that we have to work together to help each other grow and provide only the best products and service to our customers.
Our founder, chief designer and goldsmith Eliza is also a health professional by background. She learned to make jewellery using precious metals and stone setting at Central Saint Martins in London as well as via specialist courses ran by masters in the field.  She designs all our pieces down to its intricate detail and continues to hand make jewellery in her studio by commission.  She first started making jewellery as a young girl, by stringing together pieces of coral and sea shells she would pick up on the beach.   She says: "I would proudly wear them like they were the most precious things in the world.  Picking pieces of coral and finding an unbroken little piece of sea shell made me feel like I have found something so rare and the experience of putting them together personalised everything for me.  I guess this is the beauty of jewellery -- its value lies in the emotion, memories and sentiment it evokes."