Luxury Life: Full Circle
At Stonechat Jewellers, handed-down wedding rings and other beloved keepsakes are remodelled, creating pieces of jewellery that capture the owner’s vision and past, writes Ruth O’Connor
Many of us have jewellery lying around that we don’t wear, or some that we do wear, but that needs some extra oomph. Perhaps great aunt Hilda’s ring seems outdated now, despite its beautiful diamonds, or dad’s wedding ring is too big to wear. So what to do?
Ann Chapman may be able to help. She set up Stonechat Jewellers in the Westbury Mall in Dublin four years ago....
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