Hamilton and Inches launches Fleur-de-lys assortment

Tremendous jeweller Hamilton and Inches has introduced the launch of the Fleur-de-lys assortment, completely handcrafted utilizing 18ct Scottish Gold.

The ten-piece positive jewelry assortment is made up of two diffusion traces: Fleur-de-lys and Star Fleur-de-lys.

Adorned with its personal distinctive ‘Scottish gold’ mark, a stag, every bit is independently verified and assured by the Edinburgh Assay workplace, and formally hallmarked as 18ct Scottish Gold.

The Star Fleur-de-lys hoop drop earrings retail for £2,695 and are adorned with spherical, brilliant-cut diamonds.

Moreover the 18ct Scottish Gold Star Fleur-de-lys diamond set pendant retails for £1,995.

Victoria Houghton, Hamilton and Inches CEO, stated: “There may be worldwide curiosity round Scottish Gold and so we’re delighted to be introducing our new, bespoke 18ct assortment, fantastically set with brilliant-cut diamonds.

“An unique rarity, the Fleur-de-lys assortment is a particular nod to our 22ct Scottish Gold assortment which obtained excellent demand, and utterly bought out. The objects have been meticulously handcrafted by our professional workforce of goldsmiths whose workshops reside above our showroom in Edinburgh.”

She added: “We’re acutely aware of the rising significance clients are inserting on the origin and provenance of the objects that they’re shopping for, which is why we’re proud to showcase this new assortment which boasts a single mine origin standing from Scotgold’s Cononish gold mine, emphasising our dedication to sustainable making.”

The Scottish Gold has been “ethically extracted” from Scotgold Sources’ Cononish Gold Mine in Tyndrum, Scotland’s first and solely gold mine.