Master goldsmith and jeweller Brian Fulton holds an Advanced Certificate in Jewellery Design and Manufacture and is a Fellow of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths. Brian has been making jewellery for almost 40 years and believes in sharing his guidance and expertise with both our local workshop apprentices and the workshops that he has founded in India and Bosnia.
Our team of jewellers in the workshop hold National Diplomas in Jewellery Design and Manufacture. With a combined experience of almost 60 years they have an in-depth knowledge and experience of working with all precious metals and stones to create beautiful and unique jewellery of the finest quality.
Whether it is a new purchase, jewellery repair or a refresh of a treasured piece of jewellery Zoe Fulton has over 20 years of fine jewellery experience to guide you through our process and find just what you are looking for.
Diamond rings are our speciality, each diamond being hand selected and appraised, only the finest gemstones are selected.
Caring for your jewellery at home can be easy, such as storing items separately in a box or sealed bag to protect from scratching and surface damage.
Find out about your birthstone and learn some interesting facts along the way.
What does that mean? What is it called? We break down some common jewellery terms for you.
Hallmarking is a requirement of British law and all items over a specified weight must have the approved relevant hallmark applied.
The British hallmark is one of the oldest forms of consumer protection dating back to 1327 when the London Assay Office was opened. In addition to the official hallmark, some of our items also bear the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths’ – IPG mark shows that they have been created by master craftsman Brian Fulton.
We love our Lakes and know that we should all be doing as much as we can to keep our planet healthy and reduce environmentally negative impacts.
We measure, we question, we innovate all with the aim of providing the best quality fine jewellery with a reduced carbon impact. What do we do about it?
Our jewellery doesn’t travel hundreds or in some cases thousands of miles to make it to your possession.
Doing the right thing is a priority at Fultons. It is important for us to know that our materials are ethical.
With over 30 years of experience we can give expert guidance on the best and most advisable repair for your items.
We love to meet you face to face, stop in to see our latest designs or sample a gorgeous treat from our café.