Ziorva

Ziorva

71-75 Shelton Street, London, London, WC2H 9JQ Based in: Nationwide
Based: Nationwide

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At a Glance

Types of Jewellery: Fine Jewellery including rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces

Style: Elegance with an Edge

Materials: Solid recycled gold. Styles can be crafted in 9ct, 14ct or 18ct gold with yellow, white or rose gold options available. The jewellery features conflict-free diamonds and responsibly cut gemstones.

Origin of Materials: The recycled gold is sourced from a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council who only uses "conflict-free" minerals, ensuring that the recycled gold is produced in a socially correct as well as ethically & environmentally sound manner. Gemstones have been responsibly cut and are sourced from a reputable company who has taken the time to visit the factories where they are produced, confident that employees are treated well and fairly.

Conflict Free?: All diamonds featured are conflict-free and adhere to the Kimberley Process (which you can read more about here)

Method of Production: All Ziorva jewellery is designed and crafted in the UK. The recycled gold is cast with the utmost care and precision in a boutique facility in the UK. Expert craftsmen in London's iconic Hatton Garden carefully finish and polish each piece. Each gemstone is hand-set with love. Only conflict-free diamonds are used. Our packaging is eco-friendly too, luxuriously crafted from FSC Certified card to ensure our forests are protected for future generations.

Bespoke: Any of our designs can be personalised to your requirements. Different stones can be featured and 9ct, 14ct or 18ct yellow, white or rose gold options are available. A fully bespoke design service is also available if you would like to create a unique design.

Online Sales: Yes, available here.

Eco/Ethical Ethos: To produce jewellery that's beautiful inside and out. Crafted in a way that protects our planet and the people on it.

 

How Green is your Supplier?

 

How Green is your Supplier?

So we've put together a ten point criteria, the Green Gauge, that we ask all our partners, your wedding suppliers, to comply with for your peace of mind. The wedding industry covers a broad activity base and you will have your own benchmark of how 'green' you want your suppliers to be. We happily accept wedding suppliers who are trying their best and can check 4 or more criteria on our Green Gauge.

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Elegance with an Edge

I would love to help you find something unique for your special day - be that an engagement ring, wedding band or a treasured gift for your bridesmaids. Not forgetting the Mums who also play such a significant role in your big day! I design with contemporary women in mind, women who care about how things are made & the impact of all our actions on the environment.

Every Ziorva piece is crafted right here in the UK to reduce carbon footprint and ensure high quality standards of production. Items are purposefully cast from solid recycled gold to minimise adverse impact on the environment. Gemstones are responsibly cut and hand-selected for their radiance and meaning. They are carefully set by hand, with love, in London's iconic Hatton Garden. Only conflict-free diamonds are used which adhere to the Kimberley Process. Even our luxurious gift boxes have been specially crafted from FSC certified card to ensure our forests are protected for future generations. Every piece you purchase is doing its own little bit for the environment! 

Any piece from the collection can be tailored to your requirements. Items are available in 9ct, 14ct or 18ct solid recycled gold and in a choice of colours - yellow gold, rose gold or white gold. Even the stones can be customised to your taste - if you would like a different combination, just let me know! If you would like to discuss a completely bespoke design, I'd also be happy to help. All pieces are hand-crafted especially for you so please allow 3 - 4 weeks for delivery. 

I look forward to hearing from you,

Lorna

Model images by Rosella Vanon