Legally in the UK, any silver piece of silver jewellery weighing more than 7.78g, must be hallmarked in order to be sold as silver. Many of my creations weigh less than this, but I sometimes choose to get them hallmarked anyway (see individually listings). 

Jewellers who use hallmarks, are reassuring you of the quality of precious metal they use, ensuring your chosen piece stays special long into the future.

You can learn more about what the hallmarks mean and why they are important in this pdf, or watch the video below. 

Logo with leopard's head in gold to right with text to left: 'Hallmark of The Goldsmiths' Company since 1300' then a line under both and under that the text 'Proud to Hallmark in London'

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Find me and my jewellery...

  • Friday 19 July, 6pm-9pm at Ware Priory Artisan Craft Fair with Folk & Bespoke (free entry) as part of a curated showcase of 30 artists, crafters and makers
  • Sunday 10 November, 10am-3pm at Sawbridgeworth Artisan Craft Fair with Folk & Bespoke (free entry) where you can browse stalls from 40 skilled artists and craftspeople, showcasing and selling their handmade arts

Please note, I currently only take orders from UK based customers, but plan to expand in 2024. Join my Inner Circle for updates!

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