The company said the opening of the workshop “highlights the success” of the business since its launch in 2013, and will now be where all Taylor and Hart jewellery will now be finished on site.
The launch of the workshop will see Taylor and Hart provide a more “immersive and interactive experience” for customers from the design stage to the final crafting of the piece.
Taylor and Hart said the decision to open a workshop aimed to build a “sustainable culture” for the company and was “not simply based on numbers”, following its £5.3m turnover last year.
Nikolay Piriankov, CEO of Taylor and Hart said: “This is a real milestone for Taylor & Hart. We have grown so much over the past seven years that we are now in a position to be able to open a workshop, allowing us the opportunity for staff development in our industry and crafting process. We are excited by the prospect of having more autonomy on the creation of our products.”
“Our growth over the last few years has been incredible and something I am very proud of. The success of our sales and satisfied customers have allowed us to step into this next stage in the company’s growth.”
He added: “We are excited that the workshop will allow customers to see how their ring is being crafted, right in front of their eyes. Involving the customer in the creation of their ring is already part of our DNA and we’re really passionate about advancing with this element.”