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Sarah Green Fine Jewellery is made up of two parts; a custom service and made-to-order collections available to purchase. 

Every piece is hand crafted in Adelaide by Sarah or sourced from Australian suppliers with a focus on careful design and ethical practices. 

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Sarah Green is a designer-jeweller who has undertaken studies in the design, retail, visual art and trade areas of the jewellery industry.  After studying jewellery and object design at the Design Centre Enmore in Sydney, Sarah returned to Adelaide to undertake an apprenticeship.  Upon completion she was awarded both the South Australian Apprentice of the year award and the Masters and Apprentices Piece award by the Jewellery Association of Australia.   Following her formal training Sarah spent time in Singapore then back home to Adelaide while running her own business.

Sarah prides herself on her high quality of design and workmanship. She has incredible attention to detail and considers the functionality and wearability of every jewellery piece she makes, allowing the wearer to enjoy their piece to it's full potential.

Sarah possesses the imagination and intuition of an artist, the highly developed skills of a traditional manufacturing jeweller and a thoughtful and sensitive approach to each of her customers. 

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"I have always been most interested in making jewellery for real people in real life.  I want to provide jewellery that is made properly in ethical conditions of  high quality materials yet is accessibly and fairly priced.  I want each of my customers to experience customer service that goes above and beyond but which is down to earth and tailored to suit their lives.  I believe jewellery is a way in which we connect and mark incredibly special moments in life, so the experience of buying it should reflect and enhance that moment.

I experience great satisfaction from the hard work of taking raw materials to a piece of refined, beautiful and strong jewellery in which the owner delights.   I’m inspired by the incredibly personal connection each person has with their jewellery, and the stories their pieces tell.  At the very heart of it, I am a jeweller because of the joy in the moment I present a finished piece to it's new owner; to see their face light up at the physical object which will be the vessel for a lifetime of their memories.”
 

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