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.
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Integral to any wedding is flowing, fresh flowers. From bridal bouquets to flower girls to jaw-dropping centrepieces, floral arrangements bring a sense of magic to wedding festivities. Steeped in tradition, many of the flowers we typically use at weddings have long associations with symbols and sentiments regarding love and commitment.
In a time when even takeaway deliveries are being hailed as ‘contactless’, you’d think that dating and new romance would be dead in the water. Not so, according to recent data that points towards a flourishing new world of love via keyboard and screen.
Engagement rings for men are becoming the new normal, meaning that absolutely everyone can have this deeply meaningful token of love to treasure for the rest of their lives. For those who are unfamiliar to those who have already begun planning their proposal to the man of their dreams, we’ve put together a guide to the wonderful world of men’s engagement rings to help you find the perfect ring.
When customers come to us with an old piece laden with sentimental value, many are excited to learn that recycling the gold is a possibility. And recycled gold isn’t just an environmentally-friendly option for a new piece, it’s one of the most beautiful ways to honour your family’s past while creating a future together.
From Taylor & Hart’s very own workshop in the heart of London, we interview Paul Savage, a classically trained goldsmith with over 17 years of experience in creating fine jewellery and art. We speak with Paul to get to know his beginnings in the jewellery industry, and about the journey that led him to become an expert in his field.