PROCESS AND PACKAGING

Staffa Jewellery is made in a garden studio in the beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park in Scotland.

The making process involves traditional goldsmithing methods – hammering, drilling, soldering, filing and drawing down wire all take place at my own bench using hand tools. This gives me full control of the making process and means that I can create custom pieces and adapt designs to individual customers specifications.

Annealing wires for Staffa bangles – A minimalist hexagonal band for your wrist in oxidised or brushed silver.

Some component parts are cast for me in Orkney and all production work is made from 100% recycled silver.

Packaging comes stamped and branded in cardboard linen gift boxes with our de-bossed logo.

Every order from Staffa Jewellery comes with a business card, imagery and some fold-out information on the Staffa Range.

I am phasing out all plastic in my packaging and try to use recyclable and re-usable materials wherever possible.