See the magic happen on our Instagram

We have been excited to be able to launch videos in our reels over the last few weeks. You can now see some process videos, as well as fun, transformation videos for our works in progress. To view all our reels at once you can go to our instagram and go the the second button from the left, which we have circled in the image below or just scroll our feed. We hope you enjoy this new content! Feel free to comment on our Instagram if there are any processes you’d especially like to see.

Baby, it’s cold outside (but it’s always warm in the studio)!

It’s a bit blustery outside, but if you’re making a foray out, come see us at the studio, there’s lots of cool jewellery to peruse, including some new versions of these quirky asymmetric earrings by Robin (House of Cassady).

Sterling silver, with needled felt, Asymmetric M earrings

Fancy, a different colour? These are the common ones you can request, and other options are available too!

Interested in the story behind these earrings? As some of you may know, my background is in immunology, and alot of my pieces take inspiration from the shapes of cells of the immune system, cells which are commonly found in blood, tissues and specialised systems in the body.

Stay warm, and safe, and we hope to see you soon!

Robin (House of Cassady)

New Online Shop Items!

You may have noticed we have been quietly adding new items to our online shop. Well, I’m not gonna be quiet about it anymore! We are excited to be having more people back into the studio, but want to continue to offer customers ways to shop from the comfort of their home.

Maybe you have visited us in person and saw something that you were hoping to shop online or browsed our goldsmiths and wondered if they would add a certain item… Please let us know, we are working on expanding our online offerings with a mix of limited production and one of a kind pieces.

Tanzanite Leaf Necklace by Handmade Revolution’s Aurora Simmons.
Purple Poppy Ring by Frekkel Deisgn’s Jennifer Trotman
Paper Clip Drop Necklace by Urban Metal’s Jerell Reichert
Hollow Petal Earrings by Naty Naranjo Jewellery
M Form Pendant by House of Cassady’s Robin Cassady-Cain available with your colour choice
Filigree Flower Earrings by Shafiq Sarwari

Why high-polishing is important?

Ring by Jingming Li

Polishing is the fine grinding of the surface of jewellery to obtain a mirror-like surface. It would make the outline of the jewellery smoother and every detail perfectly. In another word, polishing is an artistic process of balance, harmony and achievement.

Ring by Rex Feng

The original surface of metal jewelry is very rough, the scratches of the sand bottom, as well as the drilling marks on the edge of the hole, the shovel marks on the trimming edge, and the fixture when milling the hole. These small imperfections must be polished to reveal they are of natural value. 

Pendent by Natalia Naranjo

At present, the main precious metals inlaid with jewellery and diamonds are 18K gold, 14K gold and platinum. Most of these precious metals are mechanically polished, which is also the most important part of the jewellery surface treatment process. The polished jewellery surface should be extremely bright and give people dazzling beauty.

Presenting Purple

Red and yellow and pink and green, amethyst and orange and blue…

In the gemstone world, when we are talking about purple, we are usually talking about amethyst. The beautiful natural purple hues of amethyst are unmatched. It makes February babies pretty proud of themselves, and rightfully so.

Come by and see the many ways we have used amethyst in finished pieces, or choose one of our special amethysts for a custom designed showstopper.

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