Interesting design that will stand the test of time is the aim of Meredith Jewellery.
Douglas and Meredith Copland created Meredith Jewellery in the summer of 1993 to introduce their first collection of designs.
The core of our original range was the “roots and flowers collection” inspired by the shapes and forms of the plant world and incorporating richly hued semi-precious gemstones.
With each year the collection has expanded to include designs that look to both nature and the manmade beauties of other eras for inspiration. Our pieces reflect the Victorian love of decoration, the free-flowing forms of Art Nouveau, the geometric boldness of Art Deco or the simplicity of primitive art, to name a few. The range is characterised by a feeling of dynamic symmetry and respect for beauty that lends a classic appeal. The use of gold to bring out elements of a design is another distinguishing feature of some items. All of the pieces are handcrafted from sterling silver using traditional silversmithing techniques. Both the silver and gold are tested by the Edinburgh Assay Office before the pieces can be given a full British hallmark.
In recent years we finally felt that the jewellery range had developed enough to begin displaying farther from home. It was then that we also decided to work on a collection of tableware including fully hand-shaped candlesticks, napkin rings and teaspoons along with keepsakes such as whisky measures, pillboxes, and christening cups. These items can be produced only very slowly and are usually on display to be made to order. They bring an extra depth and lustre to the Meredith Jewellery collection.
Meredith Jewellery is based in Tillicoultry, at the edge of central Scotland where the ascent to the Highlands begins.