THE STORY BEHIND A BOX FOR MY TREASURE JEWELLERY
I'm Judith - mum of one and the owner and designer maker at A Box For My Treasure.
A jewellery lover at heart, I started making it first as a hobby in my teenage years - simple necklaces and rings made with seed beads were my speciality!
I've developed my style since then and A Box For My Treasure was officially born in 2010, when I began selling my handmade dainty gold jewellery at local craft markets in Dublin. A severe economic slump in Ireland during this time provided the unusual opportunity to take a leap into a creative working life.
Since then, the company has grown from its craft market origins and moved online where we sell jewellery online to customers all over the world and in retail outlets.
Judith Ritchie - Designer/Owner
PERSONALISED JEWELLERY TO BE TREASURED
A Box For My Treasure's jewellery range is made with versatility and wearability in mind and can be combined and layered for your own unique look.
I specialise in personalised, botanical and gold filled jewellery, with a delicate aesthetic. Each piece of jewellery is made to order with love, care and attention to detail, in my studio on Dublin's north quays, overlooking the river Liffey.
Customisation of the pieces is encouraged, with options including: personalisation, chain style, necklace length alterations, as well as a choice of gemstones, to create a special keepsake.
To contact us about a custom piece, email us here: email@example.com
QUALITY GOLD FILLED JEWELLERY
The highest quality materials are sourced to make each piece of jewellery and no unnecessary mark-ups are added on, to keep the price as affordable as possible. All of our delicate gold jewellery is made with 14k gold fill - a durable and tarnish resistant material. Our silver range of jewellery is made with sterling silver.
ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS PACKAGING
Being environmentally conscious is very important to us and with this in mind, we use entirely recycled packaging for all of our online orders and keep packaging to a minimum. Materials wastage is kept to the absolute minimum - damaged pieces are used for samples and wires and components are re-used where possible.