Brand Mission Column: Keep traditional Goldsmithing thriving

Heather Murphy, owner of Brand Mission, shares the rise of father and son business The Goldsmithy and how you can have a one-of-a-kind piece of jewellery handmade…

March brings rejuvenation, newness and for The Goldsmithy, it means a new home as they announce they are set to relocate to a new bigger workshop to design and create exquisite pieces of bespoke jewellery from.

Founded in 2008, the father and son business specialise in creating one-ofa-kind pieces of handmade jewellery using traditional methods, including bringing new life into unworn jewellery by recycling the gold – this also keeps the cost down and retains the sentiment of the original piece.

From wedding bands and engagement rings to earrings, bracelets and pendants, the Goldsmiths can bring your design to life and the best bit… you can even have a go at the bench during the making process to make it an extra special commission, perfect for marking a particular occasion.

The Goldsmithy are proud to use the original methods to make jewellery and maintain a timeless trade.

They move into their beautiful new workshop in Cranfield this month and will host an opening event which will give you a glimpse into the Goldsmithing industry with live demonstrations and a tour around the workshop.

Register your interest to attend the opening party by contacting:

Looking for marketing or PR support for 2019? Contact Brand Mission by emailing or on Instagram @brand_mission

This feature was published in the March 2019 issue of Celebrate:MK lifestyle magazine. Read the full magazine above or by clicking on this link.

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