I’ve received a gorgeous piece of jewellery through the post recently which I’ve not stopped wearing since it arrived.
I want to introduce you to a beautiful collection from Sacet, who consciously source exclusive and ethical jewellery. This bracelet is from their new Vermeil collection complete with a shimmery diamond.
The bracelet is 18k rose gold on sterling silver sat on a fine chain. The highlight for me really is the ‘barely there’ diamond, which you can just about spot on the twisted hoop.
As I’m not a massive jewellery wearer, I really loved the dressed down style of this bracelet. The designer, Andrea, is known for creating intricate and unique designs. And her range for Sacet was essentially a challenge to come up with a capsule range that it sophisticated and for the “new millennial”. I’m not entirely sure what or who a “new millennial” is but the design is definitely sophisticated and unassuming – exactly the type of jewellery I like.
Aside from the product, every person involved in the process from the miners to the setters and the craftspeople themselves is paid fairly. Not only are Sacet dedicated to ethically sourcing their materials, but each piece is hand finished in a workshop by an artisan. This is something that I can appreciate after my visit to The Goldsmithy in Stony Stratford. Jewellery as a craft is much more complicated than stringing a few beads together.
Given the quality, the bracelet is also a reasonable price at just under £50. This is totally worth it for something so simple that I can accessorise with almost every outfit.