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Fultons is a family-run business which has been crafting finely-wrought jewellery for over 40 years. Brian Fulton began designing and making jewellery in Manchester in 1982 whilst at college and relocated to the Lake District in 2004 to be further inspired by the spectacular surrounding scenery. Threlkeld near Keswick was Fultons’ first Lake District home until we moved to our present location just off Bell Close car park, Keswick in 2017.

The Early Years

Brian began his studies at Openshaw College and started to work for jewellers Mappin and Webb in Manchester whilst studying. His passion for the creation of jewellery was born at the college where he won the Pendlebury Award for the best first year jewellery student. He became manager of jewellers M. Robinson’s Wigan branch at the age of 22 and since then his craftsmanship has developed into what it is today.


At Fultons, choice is not limited to the items on display, all our jewellery is designed and made in-house, from start to finish.


Watch all the jewellery making processes first hand via the unique viewing galleries


Creating, repairing, casting, setting & polishing all visible via video links and live viewing galleries

Here & Now

Master Jeweller Brian Fulton holds the Advanced Craft Certificate in Jewellery Design and Manufacture and is a Fellow of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths. He has also been admitted into the Freedom of the Mystery of Goldsmiths of the City of London by Redemption and he is a member of the National Association of Jewellers. Zoe Fulton has 20 years of jewellery knowledge to help guide you through the repair and redesign processes, bespoke design or find that perfect piece of cherished jewellery.

About Us

Fultons’ team of local craftsmen will create exquisite, bespoke jewellery to your own personal taste using age-old, traditional skills.

Meet the Team

We’re a small team of enthusiastic and creative individuals ready to welcome you and help you find the perfect piece of Lakeland treasure.


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