Last Chance to Shop

Last Chance to Shop

Last Chance Jewellery

Time To Say Your Goodbyes

As the new season starts, we're rounding up some of our old favourites. A few are being retired, others are being redesigned. Either way, they're leaving our studio. Now is your last chance to shop these styles before they disappear for good.

It's time for us to say goodbye to these jewellery pieces in order to make room for new designs. They're only available in very limited numbers so don't miss your chance to make them yours before they go. It's rare that we retire designs and although we hate to say farewell; even the best things must come to an end.

These beloved jewellery pieces are almost sold out and won't be returning. It's a golden opportunity for you to snap them up before they're gone for good. If you've had your eye on anything, don't miss out. Take a look at our last chance collection. We won't be restocking these pieces again.

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Last Chance Jewellery

Shop the Sale

We've restocked our Zero Waste Sale too, with samples, seconds, and gently-used jewellery. These jewellery pieces come from market displays and customer returns, and are sold at a discount as part of our take-back programme. It helps up to reduce waste and make our jewellery even more affordable.

As an eco-conscious brand, we do everything we can to reduce our environmental impact. Our commitment to sustainability means we take responsibility for our products throughout their entire life. As part of our take-back programme you can repair broken jewellery, recycle old jewellery, and shop samples and seconds in our zero waste sale. Learn more and shop the collection.

Life isn’t about regrets, so don’t miss out.

Shop the Zero Waste Jewellery Sale

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About the Author: Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for almost ten years; exploring eco-habits, conscious living, and sustainable jewellery. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.