EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH STARRY CRADLES, AWARDED FOR UNIQUE ENGAGEMENT RINGS DESIGNS

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH STARRY CRADLES, AWARDED FOR UNIQUE ENGAGEMENT RINGS DESIGNS

We caught up with members of Starry Cradles in London at Marriott’s Grand
Residence Club cafe. American jewelry house Starry Cradles is known for its
exotically extravagant and one-of-a-kind engagement & wedding ring designs.
Their latest jewels have been presented under the title Exotic Abundance which
favors vivid gems from around the world. The quality and design have been
highly acclaimed by both critics and buyers at the World’s Fashion Fair in
London.


What makes Starry Cradles so special?
Starry Cradles: Feedback from our customers, their stories and emotions. For
example, we had a girl that asked to handcraft an engagement ring for her as
she finally got in touch with her significant other after several years of silence
cause he was in a conflict zone on another continent and for all these years she
didn’t know if he was alive or not. Words can’t describe how she was happy to
know he is safe and she’s gonna meet him again. It was very emotional, all our
team was crying! 

Some percentage of your income is transferred to various environment
projects? 

Starry Cradles: As we grow older, we will discover that we have two hands — one for helping ourselves, the other for helping others. Business can not just be
an instrument for making money, but also giving them back for noble goals.
This makes us and the world around us a happier place to live. This is our goal.

Sustainability is at the heart of the Starry Cradles brand. How do you
ensure that all the materials used are ethically sourced and conflict-free?

Starry Cradles: We try to ensure that we know the supplier and, even better, the
source itself, so we went down several mines and spent time there to ensure
the highest quality. The miners know exactly what we are looking for and save
their special gems for us. Besides, we were lucky enough to be able to source
some of them from the private mine.

What next for Starry Cradles?
Starry Cradles: We love to see people happy and express their personalities so
we are looking for a possibility to expand to different markets and let more
people enjoy elegant jewelry. We now have distributors in the USA, Australia,
Canada, France, Italy, and soon in London. Besides, we have visited Japan
where we involved a talented Japanese woodmaster in our team so we are
launching a men’s engagement ring collection ”Japanese Melody” made of
various types of wood and other one of kind materials, like a real meteorite.
These rings look very impressive! 

one for helping ourselves, the other for helping others. Business can not just be
an instrument for making money, but also giving them back for noble goals.
This makes us and the world around us a happier place to live. This is our goal.
Each ring has one of a kind design and attracts people’s attention
Sustainability is at the heart of the Starry Cradles brand. How do you
ensure that all the materials used are ethically sourced and conflict-free?
Starry Cradles: We try to ensure that we know the supplier and, even better, the
source itself, so we went down several mines and spent time there to ensure
the highest quality. The miners know exactly what we are looking for and save
their special gems for us. Besides, we were lucky enough to be able to source
some of them from the private mine.
What next for Starry Cradles?
Starry Cradles: We love to see people happy and express their personalities so
we are looking for a possibility to expand to different markets and let more
people enjoy elegant jewelry. We now have distributors in the USA, Australia,
Canada, France, Italy, and soon in London. Besides, we have visited Japan
where we involved a talented Japanese woodmaster in our team so we are
launching a men’s engagement ring collection ”Japanese Melody” made of
various types of wood and other one of kind materials, like a real meteorite.
These rings look very impressive! 

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