It seems intangible. Fleeting. Ethereal, almost.
I know I’m not the only person to have walked into a room and forgotten why I’m there.
But the things that really matter; the memories we want to hold and keep with us, those shouldn’t be fleeting.
Like my childhood spent drawing the intricate details I would bring into reality decades later.
Or the furtive peeks into my mother’s jewellery box, filled with new ideas.
That was the real beginning of Verse Fine Jewellery. From those long afternoons with pencil in hand, through study at Central Saint Martins, to launching the brand in 2017.
Today, we hand make one-of-a-kind, made-to-order personalised jewellery in 18k solid gold for people all around the world. These future heirlooms are finely-crafted, permanent, and sustainably produced.
On the surface, we work in gold. But I prefer to think we work in the medium of memory.
The things we make don’t just look beautiful, they make our memories tangible. They remind us of the people, experiences and life events we want to remember forever, every time we look at them.
You made the memories. We'll make them last forever.
Emma with her grandfather in his London workshop 1981.