Although we stock over 700 pieces of unique handmade jewellery at any one time sometimes someone comes in and says, ‘I’ve got all this sentimental jewellery that I never wear, can you melt it all down and make something new for us?”

The answer is of course we can. Not all off our jewellers use your old pieces but enough of them do so that you’re assured of getting something amazing made that suits you.

This image is from our jewellery Emily Becher just before it all gets melted down.

People often ask about the different colours (and thus materials) rings are available in. This image is the perfect example of what the Ripples ring by Emily Becher looks like (from left to right): Titanium, 9ct yellow gold, 9ct rose gold and 9ct white gold.


We’re pretty pleased to offer some of the best packaging around. Each and every jewellery purchase both online and in-store gets hidden in an old book. We spend a lot of time sourcing old hardcover books (they’re getting harder and harder to find), we the cut a hole in the middle of each one (technique is as secret as the Colonel’s secret herbs and spices recipe) before carefully placing the purchased item in the cutout followed by a ribbon tied around the outside to finish it all off. We love it and our customers love it.


Every so often someone comes into the shop and asks if a photo can be taken. We’re always happy to oblige. This is one of the best ones – thanks Celebrant Jam!


These cast sterling silver hand pendants by Ant Hat are a great way to celebrate being number one (one pendant), two makes a perfect couple (two pendant) or three’s a crowd (three pendant).


This is one of our favourite rings. We all have somewhere special in our heart and this ring allows us to the include the latitude and longitude of that special place on this sterling silver ring by Ali Alexander. Truly unique, a bespoke ring just for you!


‘Home is where the heart is’

In the jewellery world we love flame and fire and this little video by Michael Firus showcasing the skills of our very own Emily Becher is one of the best.


If you ever wanted to know how Albert Tse created his stunning Eon range of sand cast rings for Lord Coconut check this out!

Each ring (or cufflink) is slightly different from the last due to this hands-on technique.

Check out the finished pieces!!!


We love texture and these Ripples cuffs and rings by Emily Becher are a great example.

Made from sterling silver and textured using a planishing hammer to give the ripples effect.





Ouch! My tooth hurts!

None of us like going to the dentist but teeth are an important part of the body and we should look after them accordingly.

These Tooth cufflinks in ss by Beth Croce, are anatomically correct and are Australian made.