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Alison Moore Designs

  • Sparkle and shine with our new Solitaire pendants

    We've had stormy weather, grey skies and even the remnants of a hurricane in Orkney this month, so we decided that it was time to bring some new colour into your lives.

    Introducing our new range of customisable gold Solitaire pendants - simple, stunning and full of sparkle!

    Birthstone pendants Gold gemstone Solitaire pendants, from £130

    Handmade in our island workshop, the pendants are currently available in eight different gemstones, including tanzanite, morganite and November's birthstone citrine.

    Morganite Solitaire collection in rose gold

    Choose to set your stone in rose, white or yellow 9ct gold, and hang it from a delicate silver or gold chain for that elegant finish.

    Explore the full range on our website where prices start at £130.  We love this classic design and think that it's perfect for dressing up or for dressing down.  They are the final piece in our Solitaire collection with matching stud earrings and rings available too.

  • Autumn is here and so is a new collection

    Autumn has arrived here in Orkney and we’ve just had a week of wild weather, with fierce seas crashing into the shore and gales rattling the roof tiles of the workshop. But the wet and windy conditions outside haven’t dampened our enthusiasm inside, as we’re so excited to announce the launch of our brand-new collection!

    JORUNN large silver Dala horse pendant

    Our Jorunn range is inspired by my childhood memories of playing with a beautiful and brightly coloured wooden horse ornament in my grandparents’ house. I yearned for a pony of my own and I took this horse on countless adventures to let my imagination run riot.

    Dala horse jewellery

    I’ve always wanted to recapture those happy feelings, so over the summer I created a new collection to celebrate our special relationship with horses.

    The simple lines of our Jorunn silver pendants, earrings and rings evoke the warmth, charm and beauty of Scandinavian folk art and they’re a real departure from the norm for us. I’m so happy with the completed collection though - I even wear my own Jorunn pendant every day, bringing all those wonderful memories flooding back.

    Horse ring Alison's favourite from this collection, the horse signet ring is so very comfortable to wear

    I hope you’ll fall in love with our Jorunn range too – after all, what girl doesn’t dream of owning her own pony?

    Explore our full Jorunn collection

    Scandinavian inspired sterling silver vine ring
    Large silver horse pendant
    Jorunn gold vine ring stack
  • UK and USA jewellery community comes together for refugees

    I'm delighted to once again be one of more than 100 jewellers from the UK and USA to donate work to a special Facebook auction in aid of refugees around the world.

    The Auction for Aid gets underway on Monday, 18 September, and runs until Sunday, 24 September. It follows a similar auction held last year, which raised almost £25,000 for the global refugee cause.

    Proceeds from this year’s auction will go to two organisations – Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), a non-governmental organisation (NGO) dedicated to preventing loss of life to refugees in distress at sea, and UK based NGO, Help Refugees.

    Jorinda pink tourmaline ring

    Spearheading the auction is my lovely jeweller friend,  Ghazal Ghahri-Saremi, of Soremi Jewellery.

    She remembers being deeply affected by the tragic images of the little Syrian refugee, Alan Kurdi, whose body was found washed up on a Turkish beach in 2015,” said Ghazal. Whilst it was too late to help Alan, she wanted to try and do something positive for the organisations at the frontline of this global crisis and that’s how the auction came together.

    She asked a few jeweller friends if they would be interested in donating and it quickly became clear that she wasn’t alone in how she felt about the terrible injustice of the refugee crisis. News spread very quickly within our community and jewellers began sending her emails asking how to get involved. Everyone donating pieces to the auction is trying to use their skills in an effort to effect positive change, so we really hope the public will get behind us.

    Half of the funds raised this year would go to Help Refugees’ Baytna Centre in Northern Greece. The centre, run by Help Refugees’ partners, the Refugee Trauma Initiative (RTI), provides life-changing psychosocial support and primary school education for 0-6 year old refugee children. The remaining 50-per-cent of the auction proceeds will go to MOAS, currently assisting the persecuted Rohingya people in Myanmar.

    In addition to a Jorinda ring and several Jorunn horse pieces of jewellery by myself, the auction – hosted on the Auction For Aid Facebook page – will feature the most drool worthy donations from the most amazing jewellers such as Polly Wales, Margery Hirschey, Melissa Joy Manning and Jo Hayes Ward.  Jewellery for all budgets will be available.

    All of us who took part in last year’s auction were thrilled to see so much raised, but we know we can do even better this year. With a fresh crisis developing in Myanmar and ongoing humanitarian tragedies around the world, we must do all we can to maintain awareness of the plight of refugees and continue to contribute as much as possible to the organisations working to help them.

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