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 >


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 >


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 >


Commemorating Churchill with a Sterling Silver Badge

At Mallards, we are asked to recreate all sorts of interesting objects and items of jewellery. This time, we were... Read More >


Ace news: Mallards joins the Association for Cultural Enterprises

We’re delighted that Mallards has become an Associate Member of the Association for Cultural Enterprises (ACE). This means we’ve become... Read More >


Variations on a theme:  a range of fleur-de-lis bespoke jewellery

We’ve created several ranges of bespoke jewellery for Westminster Abbey’s shop. One of our favourite designs is the fleur-de-lis emblem,... Read More >


Sterling silver Tudor Rose jewellery by Mallards

The Tudor Rose, one of Britain’s best-known heraldic symbols, is one of our favourite historic designs to work with. Delicate,... Read More >


A Westminster Abbey charm: how to shrink a building

Creating a small charm that is instantly recognisable as a famous historical landmark is not an easy task – especially... Read More >


Proper Cornish jewellery: St Piran pendant and cufflinks

At Mallards, we’re proud of our Cornish heritage, and we’re celebrating it with a new range of St Piran’s flag... Read More >


A sterling silver twist cross pendant

At Mallards, many of the pieces of jewellery we create are inspired by particular architectural details or items – the... Read More >


A little lobster with winning charm: a silver pendant for the National Lobster Hatchery’s auction

Cornwall-based conservation charity the National Lobster Hatchery is holding a fundraising auction next month. We’ve come up with a charming... Read More >


Creating Christian jewellery: A fish symbol pendant

The Christian fish is a symbol as old as the religion itself. Adopted by early followers to identify themselves, it’s... Read More >


A one-off commission from Mallards: a mortar board charm

At Mallards we often undertake one-off commissions for customers. A customer approached us looking for a mortar board charm. His daughter... Read More >