St Justin pewter jewellery, silver jewellery, bronze jewellery and Cornish tin made in Cornwall.
Each piece of St Justin jewellery and giftware is crafted by hand and eye in Cornwall, the South West extremity of Britain. Pewter jewellery, bronze jewellery, silver jewellery, and Cornish tin jewellery are carefully cast and then polished. Celtic crosses, pendants, earrings and brooches are in the range with other styles. Viking jewellery in pewter and bronze; Elvish love rings in silver; heart jewellery in pewter, bronze and silver; Celtic jewellery in pewter, bronze, silver and Cornish tin. Amulets and Talismans in pewter and bronze and collectors favourites.
Celtic art reverberates through the centuries, identified by the simple sophistication of form and an indefinable feeling for the rightness of things. St Justin Celtic jewellery is not only a re-creation of the past, but a continual evolving of living art, created by craftsmen for the people of today.
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WELSH LOVE RING
Llywelyn Fawr (1194-1240) was descended from Lady Godiva and fell in love with and later married Joan, the daughter of King John of England, in 1206. He was one of the most memorable Princes of Wales and the Welsh love ring epitomises the love between these two people in their struggle to ward off the invasions from England.
The script reads: "Un fodrwy i ddangos ein cariad Un fodrwy i'n clymu", which translates as: "One ring to show our love One ring to bind us"
The ring is available in all sizes from 48(I) to 75(Z+4.5)
WEDDING GIFTS and ANNIVERSARY
If you are looking for unique wedding gifts or wedding anniversary gifts here is a list of the different materials for each wedding anniversary. The new cufflinks are for the bridegroom, father of the bride, best man and ushers. Click on the picture or here to go to wedding gift page.
There is a special story behind the origin of our 10th wedding anniversary gifts which you will find here.
Cornish bronze jewellery is beautiful to touch and hold. What makes it so special is the recycled copper and tin combined just like our ancestors made it 3,000 years ago. This bi-metal bronze is incredibly hard and strong and was used to make swords. When polished it almost looks like gold. (Click on the picture to see more)
Celtic crosses are to be found throughout the six Celtic nations in churchyards, towns and the countryside. To read more about them click on the photo.
We have just introduced a gift-wrap service to help you save more time. When you purchase something and decide you would like it gift- wrapped please add the item GW01 (Gift-Wrap) to your order. The cost is £2.35 including VAT. You can also go straight to gift-wrap here first and then carry on with your purchases.
FREE MONTHLY DRAW
Every order (goods value excl VAT £30 or above) placed online will have an entry in the monthly draw. At the end of each month we will draw an order number from a box and the winner will receive a voucher for £20.
The winner for April 2013 is Mr K Beeksma, Arnhem, Netherlands.
How often have you bought something and then a few months later a bit falls off. It happens but what can you do? Not much really if you drove over it in your car. BUT if it was not your fault and there is a genuine manufacturing defect then we will either repair it or replace it for you free of charge. That's how our guarantee works.
For many years we have undertaken contract casting and supply of jewellery to many clients in the jewellery trade. Finishing is also a service we can provide. Just click on this link to jewellery suppliers wholesale to find out more.