November open days will offer chance to go behind the scenes.
Professional Jeweller Hot 100 Trendsetter Jon Dibben, the creator of striking Fairtrade Fairmiend gold jewellery, is set to host a two-day open workshop in November.
Dibben, who is based in a quirky workshop space in rural Surrey, will open his doors for the weekend of November 10 and 11 and is inviting members of the public to come along, meet him and explore the workshop.
He will also gives visitors the chance to take a closer look at a selection of rare gemstones, sourced from all over the world.
Dibben has been showcasing his work at the Goldsmits Fair in London this week, and to celebrate the events 30th show he revealed a new collar made with Fairtrade Fairmined ecological gold and set with cabochon and carved gemstones.
The piece takes inspiration from Dibben’s Meadow collection of dress rings and features hand-carved beryls and cabochon aquamarines, blue tourmalines and yellow beryls, 1.75cts of traceable diamonds.