Graham Harron is a long established goldsmith, having been practising his craft since 1965. He is one of Northern Ireland’s leading goldsmiths and the only one who consistently casts his own jewellery using ciré perdue, or the ‘lost wax’ method.

The creative experience in the casting process takes place in making the wax model and in the ability of the goldsmith to create form and invent texture. The ‘lost wax’ method of casting makes the jewellery strong and durable, as well as allowing extensive scope for creativity. Graham has a well-deserved reputation for designing and making unique jewellery of the highest quality.

He specialises in commissioned pieces and the range is extensive, from engagement and wedding rings and anniversary gifts, to awards and trophies, chains of office and church silver.

Today, his studio and shop are located in Killyleagh, County Down, on the colourful high street leading down from the turreted fairytale Killyleagh Castle to the shores of Strangford Lough.

If you would like to find out more about his work, purchase some of his jewellery, or commission an exclusive piece, browse through the site, or contact Graham at his studio.