The 1763 Collection

The 1763 Collection

One ill-fated night in 1763, as Margaux Grey clung to the rocks, the sting of the sea whipping her back and the remains of her cargo vessel crashing at her feet, she clutched her only remaining possession – her jewellery purse – close to her chest. As a hand reached through the black and brutal night pulling her up over the cliff to safety, the purse tumbled from her grasp, cascading a waterfall of rainbow gems into the sea below.
Lost to the sea for centuries, the collection of rings and necklaces organically evolved - shaped by the relentless tide, ingrained by the sandy seabed and sculpted by delicate collections of barnacles – revealing the 1763 Collection we see today.