In The Spotlight

TABERNACLE Collection

Wearing our jewellery serves the primary purpose of drawing attention to what you want to celebrate. As a result, we curate exclusive and thoughtful collections that will undoubtedly put the conversation in the spotlight.

Inspiration and ideas from the Word are brought together to create jewellery that will make your soul & spirit happy. Our designers hand-picked the most fashionable, elegant, funky, and chic jewellery collection on the market, combining stunning designs, exciting themes, vibrant gemstones, and unusual colours.

Our jewellery plays an important role in faith and inspirational storytelling and our beautiful pieces of jewellery bring a little bit of the past into the present.

A lot of our jewellery is inspired by faith messages and symbols. Check back often for awe-inspiring faith and inspirational jewellery that tells a beautiful story while also serving as a reminder of our faith roots.

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Our goal is to promote and develop products that don’t compromise our and your morals or values.

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We promote social selling and female entrepreneurship. We give you the flexibility to set your own hours, choose your own location, and conduct business however you like.

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A Sneak Peek at the Jewellery Design Process

Wearing jewellery serves the primary purpose of drawing attention. As a result, Snobbery. curates exclusive and thoughtful collections that will undoubtedly put you in the spotlight.

Exquisite designs, inspiration, and ideas from around the world are combined to create jewellery that will make your soul happy.

Our stylists and designers hand-picked the most fashionable, elegant, funky, and chic jewellery collection on the market, combining stunning designs, exciting themes, vibrant gemstones, and unusual colours.

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Determine your Audience


It may seem obvious, but the first thing we must consider is the context of the jewellery design.

A new collection will incorporate more of SNOBBERY.’s narrative and inventiveness by looking to the Bible or an inspirational story for guidance on how to conceptualise the pieces.

Stick to the brief


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Once we’ve decided on an idea or design concept, we create a brief and try to stick to it as much as possible. When designing, it is very easy to get carried away and deviate from the original concept.

We also like to make a mood board with design ideas and concepts before we begin with the actual design. This can be extremely useful when discussing new commissions. It can help to concentrate on specific design elements we like, as well as any stone colours we prefer.

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Fix the idea


All jewellery begins with an idea or a concept, which is especially true when creating a cohesive collection. A concept can be inspired by anything, from a favourite story to a specific location to a pattern we like, but it’s important to use this as our starting point for the collection.

If we are designing a new collection, the design team will hold a few meetings to understand the passion and reason for creating that collection. We then like to incorporate some of that into the design.

For example, when designing a new collection, we always like to understand what aspects of our story we want to keep, as well as the emotional attachment we may have to specific pieces in the collection.

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 Create sketch and CAD


We begin sketching the design once we have all of the concepts in place. Sometimes it is as simple as explaining the concept to our artisans, and they can create the piece based on our description. Sometimes we need to draw elaborate sketches. We then create a CAD image for approval.

Obtain metal and stones


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Once the design is complete, we select the metal that will be used to create the piece. We also procure the necessary synthetic stones or gemstones. Once we have all the materials and the final design concept/sketch/CAD image, our artisans can begin working on the mould.