For the last week, we’ve been embracing ‘down time’ to review 2016 and plan for the year ahead. It got us thinking about some of the beautiful handmade jewellery that we have created over the last year and the amazing things that have happened.
I am the founder, designer and goldsmith of the luxury jewellery brand Roseanna Croft Jewellery. I’ve decided it’s time to give back to charities that have helped me and my business over the last 18 months. Without them I wouldn’t be where I am today.
So, last week something pretty, amazing happened in my shop. Something that will probably never happen again and a moment I will remember forever! An engagement!
The ‘Mermaid’ range, has a special place in my heart and in this blog post I’ll tell you why. Living in Australia for the time I did I fell in love with the ocean, the sound and mystery of the waves, the seascapes of paradise. I fell in love with Moreton Island, a place which,…Details
Winter weddings, I don’t think there could be a fairy-tale scene like it – standing in beautiful snow covered countryside, the bride in her beautiful white gown, the groom with snowflakes on his top hat. Holding hands and laughing while the snow falls. The bride with a bouquet of gorgeous red roses trying not to…Details
Russian wedding rings are a timeless, jewellery beauty. Made in tri-colour or single colour metal they are a favourite amongst many.
We can’t wait for Christmas, and Christmas shopping! The run up to Christmas is the best bit isn’t it? Shopping, parties, family get-togethers! The amazing food and seasonal drinks, we just love our peppermint mochas and our mulled wine! But, we’re even more excited this year because we’re featured in the TATLER Christmas Gift Guide.
Ah, we’ve been so excited here at Roseanna Croft Jewellery this last month, with everything that has been happening and now we can finally shout about it all! We’ve got an awesome new website, which many people in our team have worked very hard to get up and running! You can now find all our…Details
Does anybody else find autumn a funny time of year? We’re still hanging onto the summer that never was, waiting for the snow to fall so we can hibernate for the winter. When we leave the house we’re not sure whether we need a coat, do we need a scarf? Are we looking forward to…Details
This is a topic quite close to my heart, being a small business owner, but also being a lover of all things handmade and unique. I’m writing this to express how important I think it is we support other small and local businesses, especially in the exciting run up to Christmas. Who has ever dreamed…Details