RobynGalwayJewellery

Minimal yet bold jewellery that's ethically handmade

Belfast, Northern Ireland | 5061 Sales

RobynGalwayJewellery

Minimal yet bold jewellery that's ethically handmade

Belfast, Northern Ireland 5061 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars (534)

Announcement   Hello, thanks for stopping by.
All of our jewellery is lovingly handmade at a beautiful old building in the heart of Belfast. We post internationally and love to make unique pieces so if you require a wonderful wedding item, that perfect personalized present or just a special something for yourself please get in touch. We would be happy to help.
We also offer wholesale to retailers, please contact us if you are interested in selling our products.

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Last updated on 26 Sep, 2016

Hello, thanks for stopping by.
All of our jewellery is lovingly handmade at a beautiful old building in the heart of Belfast. We post internationally and love to make unique pieces so if you require a wonderful wedding item, that perfect personalized present or just a special something for yourself please get in touch. We would be happy to help.
We also offer wholesale to retailers, please contact us if you are interested in selling our products.

Robyn Galway

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About

I'm a vegan jeweller and an artist based in Northern Ireland. I take inspiration from the simple forms and bold colours that surround me. My work is handmade in my studio in Belfast and my materials are all as environmentally and ethically sourced as poss, using NO animal products in the process for more work please visit my website www.robyngalway.com

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  • Robyn Galway

    Owner, Artist, Maker

    Contemporary Jewellery Artist with a love of connecting materials, ideas and people.

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Last updated on 20 Dec, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

Oxidisation or tarnishing is perfectly natural and over time it happens with all silver due to oils on the skin.

The rate at which it naturally oxidises varies per person due to their own natural pH level.

It happens on all jewellery items but larger items tend to tarnish at a slower rate because the larger surface area doesn't contact the skin as much and the movement of a bracelet for example buffs against fabric daily which slows the process. There are many commercial jeweller chemical cleaners out there but an eco hack is to leave the item in some ketchup overnight and then rinse in the morning

Wholesale availability

Please feel free to ask me about wholesale opportunities our lead time is from 2 weeks -6 weeks depending on quantity. Minimum value of £150 of first order

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