Rust Jewellery made in London

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

We came across this jeweler in London. This online shop sells exquisite vintage looking rings and necklaces. Beautiful and unique pieces. 
RUST jewellery has been made by skilled silversmiths in a small workshop within Hatton Garden, London.
They use only solid metals e.g: Sterling silver (925) or 9ct Gold (375).
Check their website: Rust Jewellery

They also sell unique and vintage homeware and accessories on their sister shop: The Bucket Tree

We  these vintage dresses below: 





Credits: Photography by Artemis Russell for JUNCTION UK LTD.



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