Inner Fyre Bespoke Jewellery

Unique jewellery, made the way you want it.


I have included some links that may be of interest, and hope you find them beneficial. Some are more personal to me than others, but all of them are here because I believe they offer valuable products or services.


Alan Marshall Celebrations: Alan arranged all the music for our wedding, and went over and above what we asked of him, both before and during our special day. Music can be arranged for the whole ceremony (including Wedding Breakfast), not just the reception. I can't recommend him highly enough if you're getting married in the Hampshire area.

Crystals and Gemstones

He Hi She Lo: I have been very happy with my purchases of gemstones from He Hi She Lo. They give a great personal service and try to match each gemstone specifically to your needs. You will receive good quality products from people that genuinely care.
Serendipity Crystals: My family have bought several crystals and pendants from Kristy. All of her crystals are hand-selected, as she likes to obtain unique pieces and crystals of the best quality. Her crystal jewellery is very pretty, and definitely worth having a look at.
Nicola Tonsager: Nicola uses crystal therapy (among other types of therapy) to promote mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. I have heard nothing but praise for her workshops, and she has come highly recommended to me.


Disabled Entrepreneurs: Disabled Entrepreneurs is an organisation which has been put in place to inspire and support those people with disabilities across the UK to become successful entrepreneurs. I would encourage everyone to read the "inspiring stories" behind the businesses. Each person has overcome their own unique challenges in order to fulfil their dreams, and it is truly humbling.

More about Inner Fyre

Inner Fyre Blog: If you want to find out more about me, you may like to read my blog.
Inner Fyre on Facebook: The facebook page has regular updates and sometimes special offers for those that "like" it!
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