• Big is beautiful ...

    Big is beautiful, at Ember Jewellery we have been busy making some big stuff, take a look at the latest trends to hit our workshop this year, it's big... it's bold and it's definitely out there.



  • The Constance Collection

    The Constance Collection is our latest collection of designer jewellery. It comes as part of a 3 piece collection, ring, earrings and necklace.

    Inspired by the flowing lines in celtic sculpture and art, it symbolises the harmony of life in an ever continuous pattern never ending and the idea that there is no real beginning or end, but one constant cycle.

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  • The Huguenot Cross Pendant

    The Huguenot cross by Ember jewellery Belfast

    The original Huguenot cross was designed and then made by Mystre of Nîmes in about 1688. It was thought to have been designed around the Hospitaler Knights of St John of Jerusalem's emblem also known as the Knights of Malta, a religious and Crusader order founded in Jerusalem in the 7th century AD.

    The Maltese Cross is closely associated with fire and is the symbol of protection of fire fighters around the world. The symbolic meaning behing the maltise cross is as follows:

    The four petaled flower an open four-petal Lily of France in which each petal radiates outward in the shape of a "V" to form a Maltese Cross. The four petals represent the Four Gospels. Each petal, has at its outside edge two rounded balls at the corners. These rounded balls represent the Eight Beatitudes.

    The four lilly petals are joined together by four fleur-de-lis, also reminiscent of France, and each fleur has 3 sheafs which when added up represent the Twelve Apostles.

    The space between the fleur de lis and the centre roughly make up a heart shape, This shape, a symbol of loyalty, suggests the seal of the great French Reformer, John Calvin.

    A dove descending from the pendant representing the Saint Esprit or "Sainted Spirit" -- the guide and counselor of the Church, is suspended from a ring on the lower central petal.

    Finally the centre of the Ember cross a red garnet cabochon which represents the blood shed for mankind on the cross at Golgotha.

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  • Welcome back to Ember

    Welcome Back!

    After a few technical hitches, Ember Jewellery is back on line with a new website. I know that you missed Ember online, because of all the mail you sent!

    I hope you enjoy browsing the site, however if you have an idea in mind for a bespoke piece of jewellery, please get in touch and I will make a piece as individual as you are.

    Kind regards

    Cyril - Jewellery Designer



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I design and make bespoke custom jewellery. Jewellery to make you stand out as an individual.

Chunky jewellery is definitely what I do best, I don't like to skimp on metal! I hope you like what I have created. Please take time to have a look at the site. I would love to hear what jewellery you like and your views on the range.

Cyril - Ember

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