Freeman Jewellery has released a line of handcrafted jewellery inspired by the characters and moment from the globally popular Harry Potter films. The range follows on from the success of Freeman Jewellery’s Golden Snitch Ring Box.
Highlight pieces include the Pearl Snitch Earrings, where Freshwater Pearls have been carefully selected, a process which is so particular that only eight per cent of pearls are chosen. The earrings come with petite golden wings.
Meanwhile, the magical Mirror of Erised Necklace features the Sky-Blue Topaz. For this piece, innovative gem-cutter, Anna Gilbert, was commissioned to produce an exclusive cut to reflect the unique shape and look of the mirror’s glass.
The Golden Snitch Ring Box, which is handcrafted from over 40 silver and gold parts and adorned with intricate hand-engraving, takes a Master Jeweller two weeks to make a single box.
The collection also features a Harry Potter Glasses Necklace, made from custom Goshenite gems, a Hogwarts Acceptance Letter Necklace with a rose gold Hogwarts seal, a Time Turner Necklace featuring hand-carved Moonstones and antique Diamonds for a charming old-world aesthetic, and Hogwarts and Patronus Signet Rings available in Sterling Silver, Yellow Gold or Platinum.
Known for trademark rare gems, the jeweller has created both ready to wear and made to order custom pieces for Wizarding World fans to treasure.
Asher Freeman said: “The pieces have been designed to draw you into a magical world and, like so many others across the globe, the Harry Potter stories and films holds a special place in my imagination. As a fan and designer, I’m proud to have crafted these heirloom pieces which fans can cherish for a lifetime.
“We’re widely known for the quality of our gems, hidden elements and attention to detail, and this collection is no different. From the Sword of Gryffindor Necklace studded with fine Rubies, to the solid-gold Golden Snitch that opens to display a secret gem.
“The wizarding world holds an abundance of beauty and intrigue, from the characters, architecture and trinkets, so there was no shortage of inspiration for us. We have truly loved bringing these unique pieces to life.”