OUR ETHOS

 

Here are a few aspects of our brand that we feel are key in supporting our values as a maker of hand-crafted jewellery.

 

   Our PACKAGING     At  J . M . J  we want to do everything we can to minimize any unnecessary added-extras and do our best to limit our impact on the environment.     For this reason, we have consciously updated our packaging & now use only eco-card which is made from 100% recycled paper pulp. It is also produced by hand in the UK. We happen to think it’s beautiful as well as purposeful. We individually hand print all of our business cards and product packaging as we believe that if we can cut down on the use of heavy machinery, we will!

 

Our PACKAGING

 

At  J . M . J  we want to do everything we can to minimize any unnecessary added-extras and do our best to limit our impact on the environment.

 

For this reason, we have consciously updated our packaging & now use only eco-card which is made from 100% recycled paper pulp. It is also produced by hand in the UK. We happen to think it’s beautiful as well as purposeful. We individually hand print all of our business cards and product packaging as we believe that if we can cut down on the use of heavy machinery, we will!

   Our RENEWED Collection     We wanted to give you a little insight into one of our more recent offerings.     This collection is built around the inclusion of antique silver coins – mostly sixpences and other European coins from the late 1800’s onwards. We select each coin & then rework it by piercing and isolating certain details.  Certain features are rubbed back, whilst other shapes and markings remain visible. We wanted to give these otherwise stored or scrapped coins a new life as part of our jewellery collections & bring them into a more modern context, without disrupting the inherent beauty of each coin.

 

Our RENEWED Collection

 

We wanted to give you a little insight into one of our more recent offerings.

 

This collection is built around the inclusion of antique silver coins – mostly sixpences and other European coins from the late 1800’s onwards. We select each coin & then rework it by piercing and isolating certain details.  Certain features are rubbed back, whilst other shapes and markings remain visible. We wanted to give these otherwise stored or scrapped coins a new life as part of our jewellery collections & bring them into a more modern context, without disrupting the inherent beauty of each coin.