For the dreamers, believers, the travellers and go-getters.
The Salt & Silver Collection is inspired by nature and the ocean, with meaningful symbols, creating an eclectic collection of keepsake jewellery that can be treasured for a lifetime.
Katie began her venture in June 2014, creating beach style pieces in silver, from bracelets, bangles and rings to necklaces and earrings. The business took off faster than could have been expected and is continuing to grow and thrive.
Katie's style of jewellery has a rugged and organic finish, whilst maintaining timeless elegance, always. Each piece has been individually designed and handmade by Katie in her workshop in a cabin under a cherry tree by the sea, in the small coastal town of Cleethorpes, on the East Coast of England.
This handmade approach makes each piece entirely unique.
Passionate about protecting the world we live in and the creatures who live alongside us, Katie has created her jewellery from recycled silver (925 Sterling Silver) and 999 Pure Silver. Katie is on a little eco mission to create something new out of something old and to bring more meaning to your jewellery.
She is immensely proud to have been the first eco friendly jeweller in her local area and to endeavour to bring about a change in shopping habits and draw attention to the need to be sustainable. Katie has created a brand that is truly authentic and has worked hard to change people's views on 'recycled'
The packaging is 100% recyclable/biodegradable or made from recycled materials including the pouches, gift boxes and postage boxes.
Order lead time is usually 14 working days (not including weekends or bank holidays and this doesn't apply from 15th November when all orders are ready for Christmas) but could take a little longer during busy periods. Please email before placing your order if you need an item before this time.
Katie Buffey (trading as Salt & Silver) is the owner of this site.
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