SilverHare Jewellery introduce their new Recycle Me Collection
Have you ever wondered what you could do with that old silver chain or ring that has been sitting in your drawer gathering dust and tarnish for years? Well, this could be your answer!
SilverHare Cornish Jewellery is now trialling a silver recycling scheme, transforming unwanted silver jewellery into beautiful new pieces that make up the newly launched Recycle Me Collection.
Gill from SilverHare strongly believes that a circular economy is one of the ways that we can be more sustainable. She also recognises that we can leave less of a footprint on the planet by reducing waste, wearing our jewellery for longer and giving new life to our old silver jewellery.
So how does the Recycling Scheme work?
You simply send in your surplus silver jewellery and in return, you will receive vouchers towards future SilverHare Jewellery purchases. All solid silver items are gratefully received, whether earrings, bracelets, chains, rings, or cufflinks.
Gill melts down the silver and creates sensational new pieces of Cornish silver jewellery, that can be found in the SilverHare Recycle Me Collection.
Supporting a good cause
For every piece of jewellery sold from this collection, SilverHare will make a donation to The Wave Project. This wonderful Cornish charity uses ‘surf therapy’ to improve the mental and physical health of children and young people in the UK.
To find out more, go to Recycle your silver – SilverHare Jewellery