Thursday, April 25, 2013
T R E A S U R E
Our stone setter took over the family business from his father who started out as a bench jeweler in the 1940's. We've now been working with him for a number of years & value his level of craft honed over a lifetime of work. As we've been bringing him more & more antique pieces to work on, recently he pulled out a drawer from his desk & handed it to Rebekah saying - 'maybe there's something in here you can use?'. Later that night when we had a chance to open it up we could hardly contain our excitement! Within are countless envelopes of precious, semi-precious & old synthetic stones as well as hand carved cameo's dating back to the 1800's. So rare to find a beautiful (& useful) time capsule like this. Expect to see a steady stream of unique pieces coming into the stores as a result..
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