SHOP!

ONLINE

You can now buy my jewellery on-line via the British marketplace, Folksy.  Folksy is the British version of Etsy, so only British makers are on it – although anyone from anywhere can buy! Not everything is up yet – it feels a never ending task – so if there is something in particular you’re looking for, email me: sarah@sarahdelarrinaga.co.uk

My shop address is https://folksy.com/shops/sarahdelarrinagajewellery

IN PERSON

St Ives

During the season (April – October) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, I have a stall at the Guildhall Craft Market in St Ives. (The Guildhall, Street-an-Pol, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 2DS) and on Thursday at the Salvation Army Hall, next to the Life Boat station. 

Marazion – Mondays, in the All Saints Church Hall.

Mousehole – Fridays, in the Solomon Browne Hall.

Christmas Fairs

Made in Cornwall, Lemon Quay, Truro – Wednesday 27th November-Friday 29th November 

Flambards – 30th November/1st December

Heligan – Friday 6th – Sunday 8th December

Truro Winter Fair, Lemon Quay – Wednesday 11th – Thursday 19th.

(Late night shopping on both Wednesday 11th and 18th.)

 

CUSTOM ORDERS

If you’d like me to make something specially for you, then contact me via sarah@sarahdelarrinaga.co.uk

“I met Sarah at a stall in Marlborough. I asked her if she could make an individual piece for me. There was no hesitation and Sarah fancied the challenge. Two weeks later a magnificent necklace arrived and was beyond my expectations. The end result is absolutely fabulous. A very happy customer” – Amanda Klapish

“I met Sarah at the Fowey Christmas Market and was really taken with her jewellery. I had my mother’s wedding pearls and was hoping to get her granddaughters earrings made with them and a bracelet for my daughter who is getting married. I asked Sarah if she could make the earrings and bracelet for me. I am absolutely delighted with them and they are stunning. They are absolutely beautiful, I am so thrilled, thank you so much. I am really looking forward to giving them to my girls and my nieces” – Morag Penrose