Do you want to buy some new jewellery, but aren’t sure what to choose? My new 1:1 style consultations are here to help…
Beautifully crafted handmade jewellery makes a thoughtful and meaningful gift at any time of the year - be it something for a friend or loved one or a gorgeous little treat for yourself. But, whether you’re buying something just for you or choosing for someone else, I know that picking the right piece can be tricky, particularly when you’re buying online.
So, to take the stress out of Christmas shopping and guarantee you choose something that’s ‘just right’ I am offering video or e-mail style consultations, aimed at helping you find the perfect piece.
These 1:1 sessions are absolutely free and can be booked at any time to suit you. They’re ideal if you’d like to look at a particular design in more detail, see what a piece looks like being worn or simply discuss which style or finish would work best.
And if you’re after a present for someone else, then I’ll ask you a series of simple questions designed to find out more about their jewellery style and help me suggest a range of options to suit your budget.
There’s absolutely no obligation to buy, so if you’d like to go ahead and book your free session, please just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
All my jewellery comes beautifully packaged in a linen-look gift box, wrapped in soft grey tissue paper and finished with a pretty teal ribbon made from recycled materials. If you’d like me to send it directly to the recipient with handwritten card, please just get in touch or let me know in the comments box when you’re checking out.
Also, don’t forget that if the jewellery you’ve bought isn’t quite right you’d like to exchange it for something else or get a refund, then that's no problem at all. You can find full details of my refund policy on my FAQ's page
Elin Horgan designs and creates handmade jewellery in her Bristol studio. Elin’s beautifully simple handmade jewellery is carefully crafted and designed to be worn every day. You can read more about Elin’s work and the ethos behind her understated jewellery brand on her About Elin Horgan Jewellery page.