Roman Jewellery East Sussex



Roman Jewellery East Sussex

Historical jewellery is becoming a big part of fashion in the UK and East Sussex, and it is no wonder. Historical jewellery, like Roman jewellery or Egyptian jewellery, is a great source for inspiration for modern designs. Older styles and classic looks, recreated using modern materials and methods and with a twist that makes it a classic design with a contemporary style, are ideal if you want a piece of jewellery that is eye-catching and stylish all at once.
For the best choice in Roman jewellery East Sussex has to offer, look no further than Mike Shorer. He specialises in designing and creating beautiful pieces of jewellery, from the simplest and most delicate pair of earrings to the most complex and striking necklaces and bracelets. Whatever the design that you have in mind, or if you simply need a new creation to finish a special outfit, Mike Shorer is the designer that you can rely on.
Roman jewellery was prized in ancient times as it is today by customers and collectors who value beautiful work. Not only did the Romans themselves prize Roman craftsmanship, but it was also valued by the people across the Roman Empire and tribes whose territories bordered the Roman Empire. Many pieces of Roman jewellery have been found by archaeologists in modern times, all around the world but also in East Sussex, which was a heavily Romanised area at the height of the Roman Empire.
Roman jewellery was commonly made of precious materials. Gold was a popular choice because it was a sign of wealth and influence. Other jewellery was made from silver or bronze, both of which were prized for their value. Some Roman jewellery was designed using the ornate patterns of the metalwork, but it was common to decorate the jewellery with precious stones. One of the most popular choices, which is still valued today, was pearls. Pearls had great value, partly because they look so good, but also because they were hard to obtain. Pearls had to be recovered from the seabed, which meant that highly experienced divers had to make a free dive, without any breathing apparatus, to find the molluscs that contained the best pearls. As well as pearls, other precious stones were popular in jewellery. An example of these are rubies and amethysts, as well as turquoise and lapis lazuli.
If you want Roman jewellery, East Sussex has no better option than the expert craftsmanship of Mike Shorer. He specialises in creating beautiful pieces of bespoke jewellery. He regularly receives repeat commissions, as well as clients who choose his work because of excellent recommendations from previous clients. You can be confident that Mike Shorer is the right choice if you want high quality, unique pieces of jewellery.
To start the process and get the right piece of bespoke Roman jewellery, East Sussex customers should contact Mike. By explaining to Mike what is required and any specifications that you may have, such as a budget, or particular colours and styles, he can create the design that you will love.