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Winter Solstice and the Big Moon at Stonehenge


Winter Solstice fall on the shortest day of the year and the longest night. Is marked as the symbolic death and rebirth of the Sun but at the same time honouring the power of the darkness. Midwinter in the Druid tradition is called Alban Arthan, for ‘the light of the bear'


Why Buy From Us

We firmly believe in recycling and re-using materials. The materials we use mostly consist of old, unused coins and vintage silver cutlery, but we even have some more unusual pieces, for example, our cufflinks that are made from inner watch mechanisms, shotgun cartridges and bullets, rings made out of wing flap bearings from the Hercules Aircraft and Damascus steel made form old lawn mower blades. All of our work is handmade! Some of the more detailed pieces, such as our Tree Of Life designs can take up to six hours to complete. It's a good job we enjoy what we do!


To some degree we can personalise all our jewellery. If you have specific requirements, please contact us via email,
Winter Solstice and the Big Moon at Stonehenge