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Sheila Kerr, an award winning designer goldsmith, offers a fully bespoke design service (both online and by appointment) at her studio in Irvine, Scotland - for the whole wedding party.
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Sheila has over 20 years experience of creating unique pieces of jewellery for her national and international clientele. Her premium service - available online as well as by appointment - offers the customer the opportunity to be part of the design process whether it be a wedding ring, a gemstone pendant or a bespoke pair of cufflinks. Each piece is lovingly created so that the customer has a one of piece which can become an heirloom item. All precious metal items are hallmarked by the prestigious Edinburgh Assay Office with the designer’s personal hallmark - ‘SK’. This guarantees the quality and fineness of the metal and adds value to the jewellery itself. Contact Sheila today to begin your design journey!
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Sheila Kerr
Hello Welcome to Sheila Kerr Jewellery! Look forward to creating something unique and special just for you. Regards Sheila
Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
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Location & Contact Details
Studio B, Courtyard Studios, 124-8 Harbour Street, Irvine, North Ayrshire, KA12 8PZ, Scotland
Please enter our venue in Google Maps and take the signs for ‘Harbourside and Harbour Arts Centre. You will find the studio nestled between the Ship Inn and the Harbour Arts Centre.
Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
Nearest Motorway & Junction
Nearest Train Station
Press & Awards
Accreditations / Associations (1)
Industry Awards (5)
ASB Exporter of the Year 2018 (Runner up)
Independent Designer of the Year 2017(Luxury Goods Awards)
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What is your most memorable wedding?
Most memorable - creating bespoke jewellery for a new customer as well as the whole bridal party - and then being invited to the wedding! How amazing is that as I didn’t even know the couple prior to being contacted. We’ve kept in touch via social media as I do with many of my brides.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Unique, chic, luxury, quality, value for money
What about your business are you most proud of?
I am most proud of the many pieces I have created for each customer as well as my ready to wear collections that I have also created.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Enjoy the run up to the wedding and don’t get too stressed - it all works out in the end!
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
I like to build a relationship with my customers and always send a wedding card to each couple (if I have the address)
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I will ‘meet’ the couple either at my studio or online. This can be done by email, Skype or even FaceTime. I like to get to know the couple and what their personal style is. For example - minimalist and practical. Or any inspirations for designs. This allows me to then think about design options - whether it be for a ring, a pendant or even a kilt pin. There is no rush at this stage so I’ll allow the couple to take time after the meeting. By a series of email, phone calls I can then send over my drawings/quotes and only then do I request a deposit.
What are your favourite wedding traditions for rings?
I love to create unique rings and the idea that these are presented a a special tray or pillow prior to the ceremony is so special.
What is the most romantic engraving you have seen on a wedding ring?
I created a gold wedding band for a couple who had been together for 25 years but had never married. The ring was not traditional but was from one of my collections called ‘My Luv is..’ inspired by the Robert Burns poem - My Luv is like a red red rose’. The ring was engraved with ‘My Luv is..’ on the inside.
Which ring do you think holds most significance for a bride?
I believe that the wedding ring is the most significant as it represents the promises made and is symbolic of the never ending circle of Live and life.
What is your favourite proposal story?
My favourite proposal story was when I was asked to create a very unusual wedding ring. The couple regularly visited a hotel in the Italian lakes and I created the skyline of the mountain view. The couple had not intended to be married but the groom to be wanted to surprise her. I was invited with my husband to meet the couple in ‘House for an Art Lover’ restaurant in Glasgow (A Charles Rennie MacIntosh building). She had no idea why we were meeting up but I had already created jewellery previously. She had to try the ringnon with her eyes closed too! She said yes and they were married in a tiny church in the mountains near Milan. I’m still in touch.