In this installation of our Meet the Makers series we’re chatting with Ben, our workshop manager. With a passion for art, design and technology that dates back to his teenage years, Ben found the perfect outlet for his design skills as a goldsmith and jeweller. He tells us about his years training as an apprentice that culminated in his work with us today.
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Whether you live in the city or are coming in from afar, why not make a day of your consultation at our showroom? Come with your partner and create lasting memories that you’ll be able to relive every time you look at your rings. We’ve got a list of our personal recommendations for what to do, eat, and see in and around our Bank showroom.
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?
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.
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.