Sustainability

Breathing fresh life into forgotten treasures

Maya has developed a unique technique of recycling jewellery while maintaining some of their original features. She uses scrap precious metals, old jewellery and offcuts as her raw materials. For special commissions, she invites her customers to bring their broken and unused jewellery to be reimagined into something new. Breathing fresh life into their forgotten treasures.

Maya moved to live and raise her family in Cornwall, by the sea where she is surrounded by stunning seascapes, wildlife and untamed lands. Being immersed in nature has taught her to respect these fragile ecosystems.

Minimising the environmental impact of her business is a commitment Maya takes seriously. Each small step she takes, including her carbon neutral studio, using non-toxic materials in the workshop, reducing plastic, using eco recycled packaging and choosing to work with like-minded suppliers, all add up to a more sustainable practice. Maya is always open to hearing new ethical ways of making and trading.

Ethical Gemstones

Ethical gemstones are sourced by Maya's husband, Miles Mason, who is a qualified FGA gemologist. He personally purchases the gems straight from the mines, where ethical practices are maintained.

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Recycled Jewellery

Recycling precious metals. Maya invites her customers to bring their broken and unused jewellery to be reimagined into something new. Breathing fresh life into their forgotten treasures.

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Carbon Neutral Studio

Maya's studio Jubilee Wharf Gallery is part of Jubilee Wharf, an award-winning eco-development powered by innovative wind turbine, solar panels and PV technologies.

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