Victoria Stone Bridal Jewellery



 

Victoria Stone Bridal is a part of Toria’s Trinkets specialising in bridal jewellery commissions.  We will work with you to design and create a unique set of jewellery to compliment your wedding dress, your bridesmaids' dresses, your flowers, the groom and the overall colour theme for your special day.
 
You can visit us at our studio in Weston, Cheshire to see our extensive range of gemstones and freshwater pearls, in a range of colours, or we can bring a selection to your home. During this consultation we will discuss the ideas you have for your jewellery such as the style, gemstones, type of jewellery be it a necklace or a suite of jewellery for you and your bridal party.  We will then together generate the basis of a unique, bespoke package of high quality bridal jewellery.  This will then be worked into a detailed design and we will create the pieces in time for your wedding, ensuring that we communicate with you during the making of the pieces.
 
All pieces are made with high quality gemstones, freshwater pearls and silver. I can design and make many items including: 
•  tiaras; 
•  hair combs; 
•  hair pieces; 
•  necklaces; 
•  bracelets; 
•  earrings; 
•  and cufflinks.


We also offer a service to take your jewellery from your special day to every day.  If you order a set of jewellery from Toria's Trinkets.

Being a jewellery designer and maker Toria has the ability to take the pieces she has made for you for your special day apart after your wedding and turn these into every day jewellery for you to treasure for years to come.    


Please contact me to discuss your requirements.


Toria x





History of Pearls & Bridal Jewellery

Pearls have long been associated with weddings and bridal jewellery.  The tradition of the father of the bride or groom to present the bride with pearl jewellery was thought to symbolise love, virtue, spirituality and prosperity.  It is thought that this tradition originated in India where the father of the bride would collect sea pearls to present to his daughter on her wedding day.

Today pearls are intimately associated with brides and weddings and was once thought to be the height of fashion.  Many necklaces today which are labeled 'pearl necklace' are not in fact cultured or freshwater pearls but faux which can include glass, plastic, ceramic to name but some.  All pearls on the Toria's Trinkets website are cultured pearls unless stated otherwise.