Every Piece Of Jewellery Tells a Story

Every piece of jewellery tells a story. I honestly believe this to be true.

I remember as a child being fascinated by my mothers and my aunts jewellery boxes. They were not filled with diamonds but they were a cornucopia of semi- precious gemstones. Brooches, bracelets and necklaces.

My great aunt was a very special person in my life. I used to spend hours with her. It was my great aunt Belle that sat with me and taught me how to play patience – A game that has been very useful in moments of lockdown solitude! A moment in time

Apart from distant memories I have two precious mementos of my Aunt. A photo of the two of us in her front garden and a brooch. This Brooch has sat in my jewellery box for the past 48 years. Every time I see it, pick it up, or occasionally wear it I am reminded of Aunt Belle. The Brooch is a very simple piece but it is my treasure.

All the Jewellery in my collection has the potential to be as precious to their new owner as my brooch is to me.

Sometimes the choice is an instant one.  A bee for someone who is a bee keeper or is known as Bee. Perhaps a Shell made from Cornish tin because the new owner is from Cornwall. I too have a cornucopia of jewellery in my collection. However the decision is not always easy. There is a lot of choice within the Eyres Collection. The process of choice is simplified by the collection being split  split into different the following themes.

Animals, Celtic, Christmas, Flowers and leaves, Hearts, Moon and stars, Mythology, Spiritual and Tree of life.

The collection can also be browsed by searching types of jewellery such as necklaces, brooches etc. the search can then be further broken down by selecting material such as pewter, Bronze, Silver, Glass, Cornish Tin and Resin

I am certain that amongst the Eyres Jewellery collection you will find pieces of jewellery that will make great gifts for all occasions including

Birthdays, Weddings, Christenings, Anniversaries, Prom, Graduation the list is endless and often there is no event just a desire to give something beautiful and meaningful.

The past few months have been challenging. It has been my pleasure and honour to be able to help people find and choose gifts for loved ones near and far.

These times are going to be memorable and we have all wanted to connect to with our friends and family. A simple but beautiful gift of jewellery, received in person or in the post, is a great way to reach out to people to show them that you are thinking of them. A turquoise celtic brooch from Eyres Jewellery

Maybe it will be a brooch that will in its turn evoke memories. This Turquoise Celtic Wheel gemstone brooch always reminds me of my aunts brooch.

Christmas is approaching. The 25th December is still on the calendar and will arrive and we will find ways to celebrate the day together or apart.

I would love to help you select something special from the collection either for yourself or friends and family. If you have any questions please use the contact form and I will get back to you.

Enjoy looking at the collection. If you like what you see please share with your friends and family.

The jewellery you select is guaranteed to be destined to have its own story to tell. What will it be?

Thank you