This is a new ''Entangled'' Range designed and made by Deborah Cowin, made in 18ct white gold with white gold ball detail set with a Blue topaz
This ring is designed and made by Deborah, The ring is made in Platinum, it has a textured band and is set with a 0.34ct 'F' vvs2 clarity certified Diamond ring.
This ''Entangled'' Ring was designed and made by Deborah. The ring is made with 18ct Yellow Gold and set with a Peridot.
This ring is designed and made by Deborah Cowin, the ring is made in 18ct Rose Gold with a textured band, set with a 0.38ct Diamond. The Rose Gold really shows off how beautiful the diamond is.
Established in 1990, the business has transformed over the years, starting as a picture framer and craft shop then developing into an art gallery and contemporary jeweller’s. Originally situated in Packhorse Court, Keswick, we moved to our larger premises at Tithebarn Street in the Summer of 2013. The new Lakeland inspired shop hosts a range of stunning jewellery made by the leading designer jewellers in Britain, including pieces by designer goldsmith Deborah Cowin.
Deborah is also the owner of The Necessary Angel along with John and they put their continued success down to running a business where customer service is of paramount importance. “Our team are well trained and dedicated, we really care about the customers experience with us. We are passionate about creating a good lasting impression that makes our customers want to return when looking for new pieces of jewellery because they know we offer an exceptional service”.
It is not just the high level of service that encourages new and existing customers. The Necessary Angel has always strived to be different, supporting British designer makers and their craft. “When a number of High Streets all look the same, customers appreciate seeing something different, and as we know our designers personally, the jewellery can be taylor made to suit a customers style and budget.”
The business has definitely changed over the years, but it is Deborah and Johns dedication and hard work that has seen it thrive and develop, surviving the terrible events of 2001 with the Foot & Mouth Disease that hit rural Britain, and the several floods that have also hit the area, one of which flooded the workshop. “You learn from such events and move on, adapting your business in order to continue and succeed”.
After 25 years it has been a success so we would like to say to all our valued customers a very big...