Welcome to our blog

With regular updates about new designs, events, and exhibitions, as well as explanations and musings from the workshop, this page will keep you in touch with all the latest about Jon Dibben.

Fair Luxury

Posted by Tessa Marshall - 14 September 2017

Fair Luxury Exhibition – Ethical Luxury is Here to Stay

Read more

Not All Sapphires Are Blue

Posted by Tessa Marshall - 02 September 2017

Did you know that Sapphires aren’t always blue?  In fact they come in practically every colour in the spectrum except for the rarer red stones – which were given their own name - rubies, but more about that later!

Tags: sapphires coloured stones unusual
Read more

Celebrating Sixty with Tsavorites

Posted by Jon - 26 May 2017

We were delighted recently, to hear from two old friends of Jon Dibben Jewellery. Over the years they have had various pieces, including a commission for their 50th wedding anniversary. Time really does fly as this time they wanted to create something special to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary in July.

Read more

Spring Update from the Jon Dibben Workshop

Posted by Jon - 31 March 2017

We have to confess to being better at sharing what we've been up to via our social media than on the blog. We're working hard on the new website, where we will endeavour to get better at sharing. But, in the meantime, if anyone wants to join in, our social media links are at the bottom of this blog.

Read more

We'll find that perfect pebble for you!..

Posted by Jon - 20 March 2017

Read more

Jon @ FLUX - Fair Luxury conference

Posted by Jon - 20 March 2017

Read more

Hello And Goodbye party!

Posted by Jon - 15 March 2017

Read more

Aquamarine for March

Posted by Hannah - 17 January 2017

Read more

Amethyst for February

Posted by Hannah - 17 January 2017

Read more

Garnet for January

Posted by Hannah - 03 January 2017

If you’re born in January (like me) you're lucky enough to have garnet as your birthstone. It’s a semi-precious gem and on the Mohs hardness scale it measures 7 - 7 1/2. So unfortunately it's not quite hard enough for everyday wear, but still beautiful and treasured and excellent for occasional or coktail rings!

Read more