jorie elite living africaThe collection features an stunning arrary of coloured gemstone. (Photo: Jorie)The Culachy collection from Jorie, named after The Culachy Estate in Fort Augustus, Scotland presents a selection of fine jewellery by founder and designer, Jorie Grassie

The pieces in the collection are inspired by the jewellery designer's family estate in the Highlands and consists of a stunning 60 designs – 250 pieces collection, comprising of necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, brooches, anklets and cufflinks.

"The Culachy Collection combines my two foremost passions in life; designing fine jewellery and stalking the majestic Highland Red Deer stag. Each design has a unique identity expressing a feature of The Highlands or a person who is significant to me," says Jorie Grassie.

The jewellery collection has a fascinating history behind it - the deer tusk dates back as far as 15,000 years ago to the Neolithic Age. If we step back in time, Prince Albert would commission many pieces for his beloved Queen during the Victorian Era in the UK and now Jorie is reviving this idea, using deer tusks stalked within the grounds of The Culachy and neighbouring estates. 

Jorie offers a bespoke service so customers can customise their jewellery to their preferred gemstone, birthstone and choice of golds.

For more information visit www.jorie.co.uk