Dartmoor-inspired wedding jewellery by Corrinne Eira Evans

Dartmoor-inspired wedding jewellery by Corrinne Eira Evans

Article Published: Thursday 8th February, 2024 - 2:25pm

Corrinne Eira Evans creates stunning jewellery inspired by her Dartmoor home

Creating gorgeously distinctive pieces from her Dartmoor studio, Corrinne Eira Evans produces jewellery with provenance and personality. Whether you wish to gift your bridesmaids something to wear on the big day, present the mums with a bespoke keepsake or furnish your bridal ensemble with an exquisite finishing touch or two, her ever-evolving collection is awash with jewellery designed to pique the senses. Using recycled silver and gold in all her work, Corrinne’s stunning ready-to-ship collection features everything from Moon Chain earrings and bracelets to SunDial bangles and dazzling chainmail and diamond rings, while her ceremonial rings are the perfect statement-making addition and come in a range of glittering gemstones.

Bride with hand over the groom showing their wedding rings

contemporary wedding ring in ornate box

Drawing of a wedding ring design

Lady showing off jewellery

Her latest collection, Moorland Glow, is inspired by the landscape surrounding her Dartmoor studio. It marks a slight shift for Corrinne toward a new fine jewellery direction using single mine origin 18ct white and yellow gold. With chainmail rings housing beautiful one-of-a-kind unique cut gemstones including Misfit ethically sourced sapphires, the range comprises bespoke, custom and commissioned pieces perfect for couples wanting to source something ethical, locally made and truly unique. You might fall for the lush green of a hexagon cut Australian parti sapphire that reflects the mossy woodlands of Dartmoor or crave the river-like blues of a claw-set Montana heated Misfit sapphire laced in 18ct white gold. Alternatively, you might like to unleash your imaginations and sign up for a special wedding band-making workshop to create your very own covet-worthy pieces.

Groom showing his wedding ring

Corrinne Eira Evans sitting on a rock designing

Images Beth Cath Key Photography

Location Bovey Castle