For the one that matters

Silver Jewellery is different than almost anything else. It comes with a huge emotional baggage, it expresses affection and feelings. Only the bouquet of roses comes close when you look on the effect it has on the recipient. And the funny thing is that is as pleasant to give it as it is to receive it!

With a Valentines day almost upon up we have an opportunity to remind ourselves and our better halves what we feel and how we care. This is a special day. This is your second birthday – the cake is always good (isn’t it?), but on the actual birthday it tastes just better – thanks to the magic of emotions it carries. Jewellery is very similar – getting a silver heart necklace on 14th of February remains in memory for ever. I know it, because I got one and I cherish both the necklace and the memory.

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Why Silver Rings?

I’ve been asked many times why do we choose to work mostly with sterling silver and why we decided to maintain classical style of our rings. Here is my answer.

Classically designed sterling silver rings and necklaces represent endless styles that are always in high demand. No matter what the fashion statement; classic cuts and designs always enhance and command attention.

The rings and necklaces can house some of the most beautiful and precious stones such as sapphire with its deep royal blue and cubic zirconia that is available in a variety of colors. Sterling silver jewellery is not only a representation of fine craftsmanship, beauty, and high-fashion; but the metal is highly regarded for its health benefits and its hypoallergenic characteristics.

Aside from its beauty and health benefits; silver rings and necklaces are very affordable in comparison to gold and other metals. Additionally, the silver content is high in these pieces of jewellery which means they contain a greater degree of purity than equivalent gold pieces in the same price range.

Also, a silver ring or a silver necklace is so neutral in tone that they can be worn with just about anything and for any occasion. It would be a near impossible feat to find an outfit that silver does not complement. Interestingly, the neutrality of silver also means that it complements any skin tone.

Without question, a silver ring or necklace can be dressed up or down effortlessly. Both men and women are able to find a wide range of styles to suit their tastes. As an added bonus, silver is very easy to maintain. Also, color restoration of a silver ring or necklace can even be done at home.

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Colour Trends for Winter 2014

If you are wondering what colour to choose to be in style this winter season, we may help you. For this winter season many famous designers have introduced deep navy blue and pink colours and you cannot go wrong when you choose them.

Bold, Classic and Elegant Navy Blue

As Seen On: Celine, Valentino and Chloe runways

For this winter many designers have introduced navy blue on the runway. This colour will give you sophistication and elegance. You can wear deep blue from head to toe or pair it with more neutral colours. To stand out even more, you can combine this with other shades of blue. You can embrace this colour trend with jewels from our collection of blue accessories – sapphire rings, earrings or pendants.

navy blue trends winter 2014
from top left: Frea ring, Lizzy Ring, Amirra Stud Earrings, Jane Ring, Nila Necklace

Pink is a new black

As Seen On: Miu Miu, Christian Dior and Channel runways

Pink is fresh, extremely girly, elegant, very sexy and fun! For sure, it is a good news for every pink lover – this new winter season pink colour is definitely in style. You can choose from every shade of pink and you don’t go wrong. We have a few lovely and fun jewels in our collection that will make your pink look complete.

pink fashion accessories
from top left: Kazumi Stud Earrings, Hazel Ring, Zinnia Ring, Flamingo Vintage Ring

It’s in fashion to pair more bright vivid colours with soft pastels and the combination looks absolutely fantastic. We hope you will enjoy our collection!

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Harry Fay – A Proud Family Run Jewellery Shop

Sitting by a Christmas table our family shares more just than a festive dinner. It’s a special time when we try to leave our work aside and spend the time together. And that’s not always easy as we work together on our family jewellery company.

The company was started nearly twenty years ago by my Uncle and my Father. My uncle was by then a Certified Master Jeweller and traveled across oceans (literally!) to learn and practice the jewelry craft in North America (hence the spelling). We particularly mastered a skill of designing classical rings – in silver, gold and platinum. Their well-proportioned elegant ways still can be seen in our contemporary rings: Adoria, Esteri and the latest arrival to the collection: Tiamo. They are simply timeless.

Having a perfect design is one thing and having a perfect product is something else. My uncle and my father has to make a decision how they will produce the rings for people to enjoy. The choice was simple: they decided not to compromise. Instead they choose to always deliver excellent quality, hand finished and carefully crafted products. Every ring, earring and necklace was and is carefully prepared, measured and polished. Every stone – be that a cubic zirconia, sapphire or a shiny diamond – is placed and set by hand. No glue, no tricks – just a perfect manual work! That’s why are proud of every piece of jewellery we deliver. And this is our promise – we will always deliver the best we can!

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