Visiting The House of Lords

  There’s nothing quite as inspiring as historic architecture – at least, not to us at Mallards. Every visit to... Read More >


Silver Jewellery Inspired by the Royal Marines

  At Mallards, we’ve created a new line of Royal Marines jewellery for both women and men. Based on the... Read More >


The Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife

The Commando Dagger has become one of the Royal Marines’ most enduring emblems. It’s based on the World War II... Read More >


A Visit to Exeter Cathedral

At Mallards, we’re always looking for inspiration for new pieces of jewellery and original gifts. Buildings like Exeter Cathedral, with... Read More >


A silver pendant for the Royal Marines Shop

Mallards’ latest commission came from an unexpected source: The Royal Marines. Usually associated with rapid global deployment rather than jewellery,... Read More >


A Commission From The Royal Naval College

Mallards was approached recently to create a silver pin for the Royal Naval College in Greenwich. They needed twenty commemorative badges... Read More >


An eye for detail…

Mallards has just started working with fabulous photographer Emma Griffin . To celebrate this, Douglas has designed and made a... Read More >


Mallards marks 125 years of the Greenwich Meridian

This is a lovely watch from the Mallards’ archive. 2009 marked the 125th anniversary of the Prime Meridian at Greenwich,... Read More >


A beespoke silver pendant

Meet our latest little creation: a bee-autiful little silver bee pendant. Everyone at Mallards loves this little chap, and we’re... Read More >


Bringing jewellery to life: the Mallards Collection photo shoot

This week saw a first for the Mallards’ Collection: a professional photo shoot. The idea of preparing a portfolio of... Read More >


An eggs-traordinary new pendant for St Ewe

As we mentioned last month, Mallards has started working with St Ewe Free Range Eggs. A fellow Cornish company, St... Read More >


Pleased to meet St Ewe Eggs

At Mallards, we’re all super eggcited (sorry) to be working with the fabulous St Ewe eggs. We’ve all long been... Read More >


A look at Mallards’ bespoke Tudor jewellery

When it came to wearing jewellery, the Tudor monarchs weren’t shy and retiring. Only the wealthy could afford jewellery in... Read More >


A perfect little pig pendant

Meet one of our latest commissions: a neat little sterling silver pig pendant. We’ve become very fond of the lively-looking... Read More >


Beautiful Bronze Sunburst Jewellery

One of our latest designs for the shop at Westminster Abbey has a real Royal pedigree: it’s inspired by the... Read More >


Crown jewellery: a pendant for the Houses of Parliament

  Meet Mallards’ version of the Crown Jewels! We designed and made this mini version of the Imperial State Crown... Read More >


A pair of sterling silver cufflinks for Westminster Abbey

A lot of the bespoke heritage jewellery that we make is designed for women to wear: pendants, charms, and earrings.... Read More >


A Silver English Lion Pendant

Mallards has created a sterling silver lion pendant for the Houses of Parliament shop. He’s based on the lion that... Read More >