Posted on December 16 2020
On Thursday 10th December, Smales Jewellers hosted their Gold Heritage Collection evening.
The night was to also launch the company’s new partnership with the West Australian Ballet for 2021 & beyond.
The event was themed with gold trimmings to celebrate Christmas and the artistry of the gold nugget collection. All the nuggets were sourced in the Goldfields, and Smales ambassador: Chadwick’s model Shanaya King wore a handmade deep sea pearl and gold nugget tiara made in-house for the collection.
Guests were adorned with beautiful jewellery, whilst sipping on Prosecco and tasting oysters from Perth catering company ULTIMO. A very special costume from the The Driad Queen’ Don Quixote was on display on entry, embellished with beautiful Swarovski crystals hand sewn into the garment. The display a symbol of incredible artistry in costume design and dance.
Smales Jewellers is a locally family-owned business which has been operating since 1937 and have always had a strong focus on supporting a vibrant and sustainable arts, culture and creative industry, particularly around watchmaking and jewellery design. They are proud to be a 2021 supporter of the WAB.
“Innovation is so important in a culture of digital technology”, owner Tony Smales mentions in his speech on the night.
The synergies between the company’s are synonymous with a rich West Australian heritage and history. Their shared vision and commitment is to bring beautiful artistic artforms to the forefront in regional areas as well as in Perth.
The Gold Nugget collection is currently in the Subiaco showroom for a few weeks before it makes its way to the other Smales showrooms in Bunbury, Kalgoorlie, Karratha and Geraldton.