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Unique jewellery to cherish forever

Posted on September 01 2015 at 2:04:20 0 comments

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A new Bromsgrove business is offering the opportunity to have a bespoke piece of jewellery created just for you, or as a special gift.

Granatum (pronounced gran-ate-um) was founded by Jessica Moody, who has designed a range of pavé jewellery set with quality gemstones and fine metals.

The pavé style of setting produces an intense overall gemstone colour to create an exceptional, eye-catching piece.

“The name ‘Granatum’ is derived from the Latin word for pomegranate, showcasing nature’s own pavé setting,” explains Jessica (pictured right).

Working with a goldsmith in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, Jessica can create beautiful, vibrant statement pieces of jewellery to your exact requirements, using the metal and gemstone of your choice.

Pick from a rainbow of gorgeous stones, from fine rubies to sparkling shades of sapphire to the stunning grass-green tzavorite garnet. Or you could choose your birthstone or anniversary stone as a starting point.

Then you can decide what metal would best suit your gemstone: 9ct or 18ct white, yellow or rose gold or, for the ultimate in white metal luxury, platinum.

Granatum provides a truly personal service. View and choose the fine metal and gemstones at your appointment, and the cost for your unique piece of jewellery will be calculated based on your selection.

Each piece of jewellery comes packaged in an attractive gift box and takes up to six weeks to create.

All Granatum jewellery is hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay office and hand-engraved with the Granatum logo, meaning that each item is also heirloom-quality piece for future generations to enjoy.

Check out the Granatum website and make an enquiry today.

Tel: 0121 266 8863
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http://www.granatum.co.uk/village


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