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Independent award-winning jewellery retail business Bradley's Jewellers York has updated its Eco Rocks brand with the new Eco Rocks Colour Editions Collection of fine jewellery set with synthetic coloured stones and laboratory-grown diamonds.
Following the success of its first foray into laboratory-grown diamond jewellery, Bradley's Jewellers York has created a debut line of three-stone rings, each one set with a laboratory-created coloured stone solitaire flanked by two laboratory-grown diamonds.
The collection follows the same branding and commitment to honesty, authenticity and transparency as the wider Eco Rocks brand, which was launched in 2021. All pieces carry the Eco Rocks sponsor mark, the Eco Rocks logo, the anchor hallmark to denote Birmingham Assay Office, plus the date letter for 2023 and the King Charles III Coronation commemorative hallmark.
Eco Rocks and Bradley's Jewellers York owner, Kay Bradley, commented: "I have always strived to give my customers the widest possible choice when it comes to diamonds, laboratory-grown diamonds, coloured gemstones and now synthetic coloured stones. We lead with a commitment to best practice, especially around terminology, so that our clients understand exactly what they are buying. I am so proud of Eco Rocks Colour Editions and I can't wait for my customers to see these exceptional quality stones in all their vibrant glory!"
Bradley's Jewellers York sources its synthetic coloured stones from a US-based supplier, which is globally recognised for the quality of its laboratory-grown materials. Its modern production methods ensure large carat weights, exceptional clarity and bright, saturated colours across a range of synthetic stones, including synthetic emeralds, synthetic rubies, synthetic sapphires, synthetic spinels, synthetic chrysoberyls and synthetic alexandrites, starting from 0.50 carats and rising to 10 carats. Examples include oval, round and emerald-cut stones and one-off masterpieces, including a special York Rose Cut synthetic chrysoberyl. Designs are available in platinum and 9k and 18k white, yellow and rose gold.
To support its customers, the Eco Rocks website (ecorocksyork.com) has been updated with a dedicated explainer page that shares further information about laboratory-grown coloured stone production processes. Prices for new items start at RRP £950 for a 0.91 carat oval-shaped synthetic chrysoberyl and laboratory-grown diamond ring set in 9ct white gold, rising to £2,950 for a 5.42 carat oval-shaped synthetic yellow sapphire and laboratory-grown diamond ring, set in 9ct yellow gold.
Customers can shop pieces online and in-store at Bradley's Jewellers York on Low Petergate in the historic city. Further information about Bradley's Jewellers York can be found here: bradleysjewellersyork.com