Brian Eburah specialises in anodising niobium, a process of using a direct current voltage to create a spectrum of iridescent colours, which he then incorporates with precious metals and a selection of gemstones to create jewellery and small artworks.
New to our silver jewellery collection, Brian's vibrant brooches, pendants and earrings are available to purchase online and in store.Shop Brian Eburah
Payne & Son was founded in 1790 and after eight generations is still run by members of the same family.
John Payne opened a silversmiths and jewellers in Wallingford in 1790, with other shops opening in Abingdon 1825, Banbury 1842 and Tunbridge Wells 1870, all run by various members of the Payne family. George Septimus Payne inherited the Abingdon shop in 1874, but 14 years later, he decided to move to Oxford.
Payne & Son (Goldsmiths) started trading in Oxford in January 1889 and have been at 131 High Street ever since.Our History
Jewellers since 1786, Deakin & Francis designs & makes the world’s finest cufflinks, signet rings, gentlemen’s accessories, and ladies jewellery.
As a well-respected British brand, Deakin & Francis produce fine quality, hand-made jewellery in precious metal, vitreous enamel and gemstones. Well known for their wide range of cufflinks that covers any event and personal style.
Founded in 1786 by Benjamin Woolfield, Deakin & Francis have over 230 years of heritage. Seven generations later, the business is today managed by brothers Henry and James Deakin.
As England’s oldest manufacturing jewellers, the Deakin & Francis factory remains in the same building today as it began in, dating back to the Industrial Revolution.Shop Deakin & Francis