As a bespoke jeweller, meeting increased demand for a collaborative design experience is at the core of what we do. But our newest Taylor & Hart campaign, titled ‘Hand in Hand’, sets out to ask a larger question: how do we measure the impact of collaborative design beyond just the jewellery we wear?
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Taylor & Hart would be nothing without the intrepid and talented team of artisans who make up our in-house workshop. We want you to get to know the people behind our crafting process and this month we sat down to interview Matt, one of our skilled diamond mounters, to find out more about his journey into the jewellery industry. A standout on his team, with Matt we know that each gemstone mounted in our workshop is in safe hands.
At Taylor & Hart we’ve always taken pride in our ethical approach to love and jewellery through designing every piece we craft with purpose. For the first time, we’re publishing a Sustainability Report laying out our goals for the next three years. Making this information available to everyone will not only hold us accountable as we undertake this vital work, it’ll give you a window into how jewellery has the power to nurture a more just world. We believe we can make a difference. Let’s do it hand in hand.
During the pandemic, couples all over the world asked the question: should we get married this year? For a year, restrictions and guidelines completely changed how we celebrated nuptuals. Traditional wedding plans were scraped for new and innovative approaches to festivities. From city hall weddings to planned elopements, we have a feeling that the ‘micro weddings’ of 2020/21 might just be here to stay.
Everyday we have customers who come to us looking for a wedding band that will fit perfectly alongside their other rings. A wedding band is a symbol of connection and support after all, so we made our Arise Collection to solve this problem once and for all.
In this interview, editor and jewellery writer Sonia Esther Soltani explains the importance of craftsmanship and personality when it comes to fine jewellery and why sustainable sourcing is crucial not just for the future of the industry, but for our very relationship with our most meaningful fine pieces.