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All Coral Covey jewellery can be identified with the Coral Covey maker's mark and a ‘925’ silver stamp.
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Founded by the Australian jewellery designer, Laura Deakin, the Coral Covey name is the unity of Laura's two grandmothers, Coral McKissick and Glades Covey, who were important influences in her life and taught her a great deal about caring for her community and the environment.
The Coral Covey studio is now situated in the beautiful eucalyptus covered hills of St. Andrews in Australia's south east, however Laura began creating her work in Munich where she completed her masters in Fine Art at the Munich Art Academy. In addition to designing each jewellery piece by hand Laura has taken great care to source local and natural materials for the packaging. For further information on how we are making sure our jewellery is fair and honest, see Ethics & Environment.
Each piece is designed with a friend or loved one in mind and attempts to encapsulate aspects of their personality. As our collection grows, the jewellery has come to represent characters from all walks of life. We hope everyone can see an element of their friend or loved one in their chosen piece. Each Coral Covey piece is handcrafted in St. Andrews using the highest standards of gold and silver-smithing.
We are always creating new and interesting pieces for our ever growing clientele, so be sure to check back over the website regularly or join our Mailing List, Follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to hear about latest new designs.
Each Coral Covey original piece bears our maker's mark. This symbol combines the oval shape (a form traditionally common in jewellery) with the fern leaf (an ancient plant species that has been on earth for more than 300 million years). With a deep respect for jewellery's historic place on the body and a strong commitment to our environmental responsibility, these two forms combine to symbolise Coral Covey perfectly.
Every piece also carries a separate stamp of ‘925’. This is our guarantee that the piece you are buying is made from sterling silver. To read further information on where we source our reclaimed sterling silver, see Ethics & Environment.
At Coral Covey we are committed to making jewellery with a difference and we have made it our business to know where all our materials come from. By offering only certified jewellery pieces we aim to empower our customers with the knowledge that they are selecting a genuine product. Here are some of the ways we are making sure our jewellery is ethical and environmentally friendly:
To cast the body of each piece (e.g. the starfish) we use 100% reclaimed sterling silver that is purified in Hanau, Germany by Heraeus Materials Technology GmbH & Co. This company is committed to making a difference environmentally. For further information on Heraeus and how they source their materials please check out their website and see their certificate and code of conduct.
The Munich based Coral Covey studio is powered using 100% renewable gas and electricity, supplied from Polarstern. This company is committed to providing a completely green alternative for energy users.
The 100% renewable electricity provided by Polarstern comes from a hydro-electricity station situated less than 10km east of Munich, in Feldkirchen. Here Polarstern has not only integrated the hydro-electric system, but they have developed wetlands that allow fish and other animals to pass easily up and down the river, making this a real haven for wildlife.
The 100% renewable gas provided by Polarstern is produced exclusively from the waste made when processing organic sugar beets. By avoiding the use of manure or energy crops such as monoculture maize, Polarstern are proud to call their gas truly sustainable and carbon neutral.
"Polarstern is a labour of love with the mission to improve the world."
Jakob Assmann, Florian Henle & Simon Stadler - Founders of Polarstern, Munich
For more information on how this company is not only improving their own community but helping communities abroad, we recommend visiting their website: Polarstern
Our packaging is made using recycled paper boxes, 100% cotton ribbon and naturally dyed felt. For details see our packaging section.
Gold and silver mining is one of the most environmentally and culturally devastating industries worldwide. It has been known to displace communities, contaminate drinking water, poison workers and destroy pure ecosystems.
We like to think of our packaging as the cherry on top of your favorite cake.
It is very important to all of us at Coral Covey that all aspects of what we do are environmentally friendly. We have taken special care to select locally made materials sourced from companies that exhibit environmentally sound practices: