Bundles of dyed heather stems drying on racks. Once completely dry they will then be used to make blocks of heather and finally beautiful pieces of Heathergems jewellery.
New Heathergems available now on our website.
All handcrafted in Scotland with some lovely new designs to choose from.
From a beautiful celtic mechanical watch to this eye catching triple ring pendant below.
The new Heathergems St Justin Pewter Collection is available now to buy from our website visit http://www.heathergems.com/cart.cgi?group=0&child=2751 .
This is an exciting collaboration with St Justin Jewellery of Cornwall. The new pewter range includes a lovely celtic bangle and some beautiful pendants and earrings.
The stunning new collection of pewter jewellery is very unique and each piece is completely individual.
A view of Loch Faskally, Pitlochry. This is near to our Heathergems Factory & Shop and, with breathtaking scenery like this all the more reason to come and visit Scotland!
Heathergems the company started in 1970, however, they have been produced since the 1950′s. Hugh Kerr, a craftsman from Glenlivet was originally producing flooring from beech wood. After the Second World War as wood was rationed an alternative raw material was needed. Hugh Kerr developed the idea and started to use heather to produce the floor tiles. This proved a timely and expensive process so he decided to make smaller pieces thus the Heather jewellery began.
More to follow…
This is the unique Celtic Jewelry Collection from Heathergems Scotland. Each piece contains a unique Heathergem, made from real Scottish Heather right here in Scotland.
Great Celtic Gift ideas for your loved ones this Christmas.
At less than £16 or only $25 its a fantastic value gift idea from Scotland or just a wee treat for yourself.
This is just one example of our new Shop Special Heathergems discounted items. This Pewter Celtic Cross Pendant is suitable for both men and women , features a natural Scottish Heathergem and is now only £10!
Great value gift idea and a unique present from Scotland.