Stars, dreams and sentimental memories make up the stunning new selection of jewellery by the Irish designer.
Recent Winner of the Best Independent Jewellery Store at the Independent Retail Awards, Chupi Sweetman and her namesake brand Chupi just launched their Autumn/Winter 2018 collection.
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Thank you! A thousand million thank you’s 💗 . Last night we won Best Independent Jewellery Store in the #irishindependentretailawards and I’m so very grateful 🥂 It’s barely two years since we officially opened our darling store, a crazy plan dreamt up at London Fashion Week to build a home for beautiful things made with love 💎 . It’s been a whirlwind and I still pinch myself that we have such a beautiful home for you guys to see all of our sparkling jewels. We are so blessed that people have come to visit us from all over the world, from California to Sydney it’s been our privilege to welcome you 🚀🚂🚁🚘⛵️ . Thank you to you guys for believing in us ❤️
"Modern heirlooms" that last a lifetime is the focus of the newest collection from Chupi. We, for one, cannot wait to make those new items part of our lives. Every single piece is deeply rooted in the founder's love for wild and natural things, quite fitting for a name branded with the proud label "made in Ireland." Past collections have featured hawthorne designs, sun and moon symbols. Taking inspirations from Frances Clark's words, this new release "Stars in the Sky" is for stargazers and daydreamers: “There wouldn't be a sky full of stars if we were all meant to wish on the same one."
From stunning engagement rings, trendy coin pieces, personalised gifts (for a beloved one or yourself), "Stars in the Sky" ticks all of the brand's trademark pink boxes.
Here's a selection of our favourite pieces:
The Irish coin series "includes a series of coins cast from an original Irish Coin that Chupi found in her grandmothers sewing box, a little reminder that you are worth your weight in gold. Chupi has always loved the old Irish coins, with their illustrations of the birds, deer and salmon, they are a tiny piece of Ireland. In the early 1920s, the first Irish coins were designed by a committee headed by the legendary poet W.B. Yeats. Renowned artist Percy Metcalfe was commissioned to design a series of beautiful coins inspired by Irish wildlife."