Sheila Fleet Jewellery is selling an exclusive selection of pieces online for the first time in its 27-year history.
These are the final pieces made from the batch of 18ct Scottish gold the brand secured in 2017 and 2018, and the company does not expect to receive more until April 2021, it revealed.
Usually working on a made-to-order basis, Sheila Fleet Jewellery is now offering a limited selection of pieces via its website, ready for delivery in time for Christmas.
The company is one of only two jewellers in the world with access to Scottish gold from the Cononish gold mine, making the pieces even more exclusive.
Each piece of jewellery bears a unique serial number, reflecting the first three batches refined from the original mine entrance.
Martin Fleet, managing director, said: “While we have been operating on a made-to-order basis with Scottish gold, we did make a few pieces to display in our shops.
“With many customers now turning to online shopping we have now made these available online in time for Christmas. They are the final pieces customers can get from the original trial batches of gold.”
He continued: “We have worked closely with all stakeholders to get to this point, a process that has taken approximately 12 years. It’s been a long wait but worth it.
“On 30 November 2020 it was exciting for ScotGold to announce their first pour of commercially mined gold after working carefully over the past year to install a new processing facility on site where they can melt the gold ready for refining.”