Ruby Fruits of Disa’s Kenyan Travels! Posted on March 8, 2019March 8, 2019 by Disa Allsopp Disa Allsopp has always travelled a lot, growing up in Barbados with adventurous parents. She visits Kenya on a regular basis as inspiration and sourcing expeditions. This winter she visited one of her suppliers with direct links to the mine where this cabouchon ruby was discovered and cut. This deep pink ruby is set simply in an 18k yellow gold rub-over setting with an open back to allow as much light play as possible. Poised on one of Disa’s signature organic texture bands this ring is all about show casing this unique stone in all its glory. Enjoy the warmth and depth of colour as we head in to this fresh March weekend! To find out more about it email email@example.com or get in touch through the contact page. Raspberry Rhodolite Garnet Ring Featured on Disa Allsopp 1st Dibs Online Store Posted on February 22, 2019 by Disa Allsopp When Disa saw this Rhodolite Garnet on a stone sourcing trip to Kenya she fell in love with its warm flashes of raspberry, fuschia and scarlet. Beautifully cut to reflect and refract light, Disa has framed it in a tapered 18k yellow gold rubover setting. Sitting on one of her signature organic texture 18k gold bands this ring would make a fabulous engagement ring, or a meaningful gift for an anniversary or birthday. Disa has been working with the online shopping experience 1st Dibs for a year now. 1st Dibs showcases high end design and provides a platform for independent designers and boutiques around the world. Have a look at the site if in need of anything from furniture to fashion. We have put the new 18k gold rhodolite garnet ring on Disa’s 1st Dibs store and invite you to view the stunning images and imagine yourself wearing this one off piece. It really is a unique stone and we can’t wait to send it to it’s new home! Commissioning jewellery with Disa Allsopp: ‘Revitalisation by a brilliant designer!’ Posted on January 30, 2019 by Disa Allsopp Commissioning an item of jewellery can be a daunting process, either if starting out from scratch or reworking a pre-loved piece. Not so a commission by Disa Allsopp! Disa has years of experience working with clients to create a piece unique them. The process most often begins with a visit to Disa in her London studio to discuss the options. Often, from looking at her current collections, a decision can be made about the design in this initial meeting. If more time is needed to develop the design, this is the point measurements are taken, ideas are discussed and from there Disa can source stones, create mock ups, sketch out ideas, whatever is needed to move the process on. Testimonials from past clients describe commissioning bespoke work from Disa as ‘revitalisation by a brilliant designer’, and creating work that becomes ‘unquestionably my favourite piece of jewellery’. If you have an idea that you would like to discuss with Disa, get in touch either through our contact page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Below a recent commissioned piece, 18k yellow reticulated gold, with three aquamarines flush set in to the chunky band. Disa loved making this piece, saying ‘The textures in this ring frame the watery aquamarines beautifully. The client just loved it, and I enjoyed working on such a substantial ring.’ Disa Allsopp Jewellery Launches New Website Featuring Online Shop Posted on October 4, 2018October 4, 2018 by Disa Allsopp We are excited to introduce Disa’s brand new website, featuring an online shop making it easier than ever to purchase a Disa Allsopp ring. We have started with a collection of the signature ‘Spaghetti Rings’, and will add to the selection over time. Also on the new site is a list of our stockists, so you can find us wherever you are in the world. Featuring beautiful imagery of Disa’s London studio and our regularly updated blog, you can view our collections and enquire about bespoke work. Enjoy exploring the site at www.disaallsopp.com and let us know what you think through our social media or contact page! All images taken by Julia Leakey.