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Precious & Exotic Metals/Materials

for our jewellery

precious and exotic metals/materials

Ethically sourced


Precious metals

At Tesoramore Jewellery we only use genuine precious and exotic metals, sourced from some of the UK's most trusted precious metal suppliers, that are fully accredited with ISO certifications, and are ethically sourced.

This ensures that your pieces are made with meticulous care, from the highest quality materials.
If you are looking for a metal that we do not have listed, please contact us to discuss.

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deer antler- Ethically sourced, naturally shed.

At Tesoramore Jewellery we now offer naturally shed deer antler as an option for our rings and keepsakes.
Antler jewellery has a rugged and rustic appearance that sets it apart from traditional metal jewellery.
The natural texture and color of the antlers give each design a one-of-a-kind look, making them a perfect choice for those looking for something truly unique.
Deer grow and shed antlers annually. Males typically begin growing a new set of antlers in late spring, so all of the deer antler that we use is ethically sourced as it is naturally shed.
Despite their natural and rustic appearance, antler rings are actually quite durable and long-lasting.
The antlers used to make these rings are naturally hard and resistant to wear and tear, making them a great choice for everyday wear.
In addition, the clear finish applied to many antler rings helps to protect the ring from damage, ensuring that it will retain its natural beauty for years to come.
Antler rings have a rich history and cultural significance that make them a meaningful choice for a wedding band or bespoke keepsakes.
In many cultures, antlers have been revered for their strength, endurance, and regenerative powers.

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At Tesoramore Jewellery we now offer authentic meteorite for jewellery and keepsakes.
People have valued meteorite jewelry not only for its beauty but also because they believed these stones had healing properties. Iron meteorites were also commonly associated with balance and strength, and the nickel in these meteorites was believed to purify the wearer's blood.
It is perfectly safe o wear, as long as these meteorites are not fresh, which is most likely the case. Only freshly fallen chunks of meteorites are dangerous, as they release radioactive emissions, but these quickly die out the longer they are within the atmosphere.
The presence of nickel, however, may cause allergic reactions specifically to people with metal hypersensitivities.
People who are allergic to gold will most likely be allergic to meteorites as well, and if this is the case, you may request that there be an added protective layer to the meteorite so as not to trigger any allergies, but these are generally not recommended as they eventually wear off.
Authentic meteorite is very durable, and can last for years if cared for correctly.

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