We hope this update finds you well in these challenging times and we thought it would be nice to let you know this month about what we’ve been up to here, whilst we are on lockdown too, as well as telling you about our special April offers for pearl restringing, and jewellery inspection and service.
We are still very much open for business and continuing to create beautiful jewellery.
As our jewellery business is based on our farm, we are fortunate to be able to carry on with business as usual. Peter is enjoying working in the workshop creating new pieces and commissions, our office is still open, we are checking messages and emails daily, and we are here for you should you have any questions or queries or would like to speak to us about a new commission.
As we mentioned before, the current gold value is higher than it has been in over 10 years, so why not take this time to go through your old jewellery and send it to us so that we can sell it for scrap for you and turn it into something wonderful and new?
We will give you 100% value of the scrap gold which is unique amongst jewellers as most take a fee or commission for this service. What better way to cheer yourself up?
Special offers for April
Pearl Restringing and service – £33.00
This month we are offering pearl restringing at £33.00 (£5.00 off our normal price).
Sandra will personally:
Spring clean – inspection and service – £55.00
Now that the sun is finally making an appearance, this is the perfect time to give your jewellery some care by having it inspected and serviced, and restored to premium condition.
This service will be for any rings and necklaces but we are particularly thinking of rings.
Sandra will personally:
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- Re-polish, removing all scratches
- Fully clean
The cost will be a fixed £55 unless we find something that we need to draw your attention to. This is a really excellent time of year to get things sorted out, and customers are always so delighted (and a bit shocked) when they see how fabulous their rings look afterwards!
To benefit from either of these offers, kindly pop us an email to email@example.com so that we can book you in.
Please post your jewellery to us at:
Mount Carlees Farm, Ruan Major, Helston, Cornwall. TR12 7 LL
We recommend using Royal Mail Special Delivery (as this insures your item) and make sure you include your name, address, contact number and email. We will acknowledge their safe receipt on arrival here.
We should of course, have been exhibiting at Country Living Spring at Alexandra Palace this month, and are missing seeing our customers and friends in person. But we wanted to reassure you that we’re still here and are very much looking forward to seeing you at an exhibition as soon as we can.
Also cancelled or rescheduled are the following upcoming exhibitions:
Cancelled – Craft in Focus – RHS Wisley (look out for news on a fantastic ‘virtual show’ coming soon!)
Cancelled – RHS Malvern Spring Festival
Rescheduled – Handmade Oxford will now take place on 17 – 20 September
2020 Exhibitions going ahead
This is how it currently looks – we will update you with any changes:
6 – 12 July -RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival
22 – 26 July – RHS Tatton Flower Show
28 – 31 August – Henley Country Craft Show
2 – 6 September- Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials
10 – 13 September – Craft in Focus – Hever Castle
17 – 20 September – Handmade Oxford
2 – 8 November – Spirit of Christmas Fair, London
11 – 15 November – Country Living London Christmas Fair
13 – 15 November – Desire Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair, Winchester Guildhall
25 – 29 November – Craft in Focus – West Horsley Place, Surrey
26 – 29 November – Burghley Christmas Fair, Burghley House
3 – 6 December – Country Living Glasgow Christmas Fair
10 -13 December – Country Living Harrogate Christmas Fair
As many of you know, we live and work on a 48 acre organic farm on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. We have been watching the transformation from winter to spring this week as the dry weather and sunshine have finally arrived! The daffodils, primroses and wildflowers are all starting to add much missed colour, and it’s been great to spend time outside working on the land.
A new polytunnel has just been delivered meaning we have been very busy planting vegetables so that we can be self sufficient and not need to visit supermarkets. Our goats provide us with milk for butter and cheese, and our free roaming chickens are laying eggs. And speaking of goats, we’ve had some exciting news this week…
The world may have stopped but mother nature hasn’t and we are delighted to welcome two healthy little kids who were born on Tuesday night – Ollie and Joy (mum, Amber, is doing well!).
We now have 13 goats in our little herd of rare breed Golden Guernseys.