Norfolk Jewellery Excellence
Local jeweller specialising in bespoke pieces for memorable moments
To celebrate the promotion of Norwich City Football Club to the Premier League a Norfolk based family jewellers has created a unique masterpiece: an emerald and diamond Canary Ring. The stunning design showcases the heritage and talents of The Jewellery Workshop Diss. The concept, design and creation, led by senior goldsmith Mark Watts and designer goldsmith Laura Marjoram, have resulted in this unique commemorative ring.
The Canary Ring features a spectacular deep-green octagonal cut emerald, accented by two heart shaped natural vivid yellow diamonds. The emerald and diamonds are held in place by three platinum turreted castles representing Norwich Castle, and supported by two finely engraved 18ct yellow gold canaries, perched on platinum set with round diamonds. The bespoke platinum shank is carefully balanced to support the magnificent head delicately capturing the symbolic emblems of the football club.
‘We wanted to make a ring that was simply out of this world, embracing our love of coloured stones, diamonds and craftsmanship, with our passion for Norwich City and the
wonderful heritage of East Anglia. The intention, alongside the fun of celebration, is that this outstanding piece will become a piece of local heritage’ comments Jennie Price, director of The Jewellery Workshop.
The Jewellery Workshop, established in 1975, creates jewellery of excellence, working in consultation with clients to create a final piece of the highest quality that captures the individual. The art of creating jewellery dates back hundreds, even thousands of years, and is passed on through generations of goldsmiths.
With a fully equipped on-site workshop, goldsmiths and designers, there are no limits to the achievement of crafted pieces of jewellery. From initial design and artistry, through to the fabrication of metal and careful selection of gemstones, every step is worked collaboratively until ideas are realised and developed into a one-off bespoke piece of jewellery.
As well as the bespoke service, the workshop also specialises in re-modelling, re-mounting or repairing existing jewellery. This style of work is increasingly popular for inherited and sentimental jewellery that is not to taste or in need of restoration. Further details of their services can be found on www.thejewelleryworkshop.co.uk or call to arrange a free consultation.
Visit The Jewellery Workshop, in the market town of Diss, a true establishment of Norfolk jewellery excellence. The Canary Ring will be showcased in the retail shop until the start of the new football season.