Sartori's artistry extends to the jewellery making process, where a simple utilitarian item such as a keyring can transport one into a far away land of calm, luxury and voluptiuousness. Items are
forged from silver, silver plate, gold and semiprecious jewels, paste and enamels, tastefully combined to evoke and ooze luxury and beauty, through its roughcast forms.
Sartori jewelery become family heirlooms, as you pass down your most precious memories amongst younger family members, an they consider your past and begin enjoyiing these items anew
The timeless designs are apreciated and loved and well worn from one generation to the next generation.
The Sartori Gallery in the centre of Hay on Wye, exhibits items of well-known designers as well as from local designers whose work you will not be able to find anywhere else.Through extensive
travel and relic hunting the Sartori family source antiquities, antiques and curiosities from the almost unreachable corners of the world. The published military historian Mark Griffiths researches
knives, swords, foils and other militaria for their personal and commercial collections.
Salvage for listed and important buildings such as Ceramic Tiles, utility sculptural taps and garden fountains, transport the viewer into the long forgotten, romantic worlds of the far and middle
east, allowing the clients to create their own Babylonian hanging Gardens, Persian Paradis, or Greenhouse Chinoiserie in their own homes, taking with them a little corner of Eden.