We absolutely love this shoot ‘Twitterpated’ from 1883 magazine which features our Leather necklace. The editorial has a lot going on but it still manages to still look really clean, fresh and most of all totally original. Fantastic styling, photography and artwork!
Fashion: Chad Burton, Photography: Elliott Morgan, Artwork: Anna Bu
Yes we know people… or at least we know people who know people! And one of the people we know is Jan Cyrka of Jam Track Central. A really amazing website for guitarists. Not only does he work with some of the best musicians in the world but he also photographs them wearing… yes the famous Stephen Einhorn skull ring with amethyst eyes!
We thought it would be fun to bring you some of his photos to show you how amazing our skull ring looks in situ…. and to help you dream a little…. Just imagine you are in front of 100,000 people, the stadium is packed, the drums and bass start and you are on! Yes the people have come to hear YOU play! Scream! Okay you can wake up now, it might take a little more commitment and skill to get to play in a stadium but you can always dream…
For some time Andy James has been widely regarded as one of the U.K’s rising stars in the world of shred and metal guitar. Now, he has undeniably earned himself a place among the very best in the world. He made a huge name for himself as one of the modern day YouTube guitar heroes and since has become recognised as one of the main faces of Metal guitar.
Justin Derrico lives and breathes Rock n Roll! His image, his playing, his tracks…. all seriously rock! Plus, he is used to playing live in front of hundreds of thousands of people every week with his gigs as the lead guitar player for Grammy award winner and worldwide superstar Pink and as the main lead guitarist on the hit US TV show The Voice.
Sam Coulson is widely regarded as being at the forefront of rock guitar in the UK and recently landed the sought-after role as guitarist in the stadium-touring band Asia. His playing retains maturity and taste due to his deep understanding of the blues and flare for melody. Sam is a big player with a big future!
Our skull rings are all handmade in our London workshops in a variety of solid precious metal options including solid sterling silver and 9ct yellow gold. You can also add precious stones to the eyes of most of our skull ring designs. Options include amethysts (a la the above), diamonds and rubies. Shop online or come and visit us at our London jewellery shop. We’d love to see you!
How incredible is the HSB Turning Torso in Malmö, Sweden – designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Not only is it an amazing combination of sculpture and building, it is also a building that facilitates an environmentally adapted way of life. It required all involved entrepreneurs to work in an environmental friendly way and is supplied with 100% locally produced renewable energy. HSB Turning Torso is real wonder of modern architecture and design.
We thought you might like to see some of the behind-the-scenes snaps taken at a recent event we held with HTC for the launch of their new HTC One phone, which is a pretty nice design. By the end of the day we were all totally sold on it, there were even a couple of super fans… not mentioning any names.
Lovely bloggers Abi from Abimarvel, Danielle from Fashionista Barbie, Emily from Styloko and Kate from i am not a celebrity were invited to our London workshops to take part in a Stephen Einhorn jewellery making masterclass. Their challenge was to design and make an aluminium ring, (the back on the new HTC One phone is made of aluminium – you see the link now?) with a little help from Stephen and our jewellers.
Abi, Danielle, Emily and Kate were given a crash course in the art of jewellery making and design, and after a few tantrums and tears (bloggers are such divas… Only joking, the ladies were a total pleasure and the whole day was really wonderful) they were helped in realising a final wax version of their ring designs, which we later cast in aluminium.
It was the first event we’ve held in our London jewellery workshop since we had our re-vamp and everyone loved our new green floor. Stephen and our jewellers were kind and patient teachers and our guests were a joy to work with. It was a busy day but as the saying goes ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’ so we made sure we had a few breaks here and there. Mid-morning we had tea and pastries, at lunch we tucked into delicious pizzas and at the end of the day we toasted their finished ring designs with a glass or two of bubbly. We like to do things properly here at Einhorn Towers!
We’re loving this song and video by English drum and bass quartet Rudimental, depicting the truly inspirational real life story of San Francisco born BMX champion and actor Kurt Yaeger, who became an amputee after an accident in 2006. An incredible story showing the strength of the human spirit, and what a tune!
I have walked past this place a million times and never noticed it, so it was a nice surprise to find myself invited inside by the ‘Ladies who take Afternoon Tea’ for another slap up tea last Saturday.
Dean Street Town House is in….yes, Dean Street Soho. It’s very lovely on the inside, all wood and brass and the waiters and waitresses look very french in their long white aprons. It was incredibly busy as you would imagine on a Saturday afternoon. We were flanked by two large hen parties and as my fellow tea sipper said, ‘they are making so much noise how dare they have such a good time’. At first it was hard to hear, but that is either because we are all going deaf (probably) or the people next door to us were shrieking (possibly). The noise died down however and then we were able to have a heated discussion about child abuse, so then we were the ones making all the noise, in your face hen parties! Ha!
The tea itself was good. We always think there isn’t going to be enough food, but once you start eating it’s always hard to finish. The little macaroons with cream were amazing, the scones were good, I was too full for the cakes, and the sandwhiches were gobbled up very quickly. Personally I would prefer more savory treats than sweet. It’s pretty good value if you don’t have alcohol (I’m afraid that would be intolerable to us!) We all agreed that we would like miniature quiches or something instead of so many cakes.
It was a good tea though and the company is always very amenable and interesting. This tea club is an absolute pleasure and I’m really looking forward to the next one. If you do go to Dean Street Townhouse, beware of the leaking tea pots. That was the one down side as there was boiling water splurging out of them every time we tried to pour a cup of tea. The table cloth ended up being absolutely soaked! It’s a lovely place and apparently they do a good cocktail so next time….
And the bride and groom wore… trainers! Who would have expected that under that diaphanous bridal gown lay a pair of red high tops. We love this individual touch.
If your big day is just around the corner and you’re looking for unique women’s or men’s wedding rings, be sure to peruse our wedding and partnership jewellery collection. Here you’ll discover our handcrafted collection of contemporary men’s wedding bands, as well as gorgeous bridal and bridemaid jewellery – all lovingly handmade in our London workshops in a variety of solid precious metal options, including platinum, white and yellow gold.
Don’t worry Bee happy! Ha ha get it, Bee happy… The old ones are the best. Well I make myself laugh anyway, plus it’s a pretty good philosophy!
Our bumblebee charm is handmade in our London jewellery workshops and can be made in a variety of solid precious metal options including yellow gold (he looks great in yellow gold, as bees are yellow, you know. Did you know that? Surely you knew that. It’s true!), unusual rose gold, sultry white gold, sassy silver and really rather fabulous platinum. This charm is the bees’ knees and can also be added to any of our charm necklaces or charm bracelets.
If you’re off over the bank holiday weekend we hope you have a lovely time. We’re looking forward to basking in the London sun whilst enjoying a nice G&T – fingers crossed the weatherman is on the same page!
If you’re thinking of visiting our London jewellery shop over the bank holiday weekend here are our opening hours -
Sat 4th OPEN 10am-6pm - Sun 5th CLOSED – Mon 6th CLOSED
For any questions or queries please call us on +44 (0) 20 7359 4977 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org