Silverhaven Jewellery is an Irish jewellery business that offers unique contemporary gifts with a modern vibe.
We are based in Crosshaven, Cork which is located within Cork harbour, so our inspiration comes from the wonderful weather which affects our great coastline. Our influences come from seeing the waves splashing the rocks, the seaweed drying on the beach or just those well known Irish rainy days.
Our sterling silver print jewellery creations are handcrafted in sterling silver using your loved one's true print which we turn it into a treasured gift.
Our special ordering system is mess-free and makes it easy for anyone in the world to order our unique hand/footprint jewellery. Here the easy step by step process show's you how to complete your memorable print jewellery.
Step 1: Browse & order your design - in our wide range you'll find something to suit
Step 2: Take your prints - when you place your order you will receive your FREE print kit
Step 3: Return your prints - simply scan or send a photo of your print to us
Step 4: Receive your order - your gift will arrive beautifully presented
The choice of sterling silver hand print jewellery, charms and personalised gifts are perfect for any mother, proud father or grandparent. Choose from personalised cufflinks, necklaces and more.
Mad about your pet? Our dog & cat paw print jewellery will make a unique gift and keepsake.
Here the easy step by step process show's you how to completing your memorable pet print jewellery. Follow these easy steps to fulfill your order.
Step 1: Browse & order your design - in our pet range you'll find the pet lover's ideal gift
Step 2: Take your pet's print - a FREE print kit is sent to you whe you order
Step 3: Return your pet's print - simply scan or send a photo of your pet's print to us
Step 4: Receive your order - your order will arrive beautifully presented
We have recently added a range of sterling silver jewellery designs which are contemporary and classic in design suitable for everyday wear.
Our influences comes from seeing the waves splashing the rocks, the seaweed drying on the beach or just those well known Irish rainy days