Gemz By Emz: Engraved Photo Jewellery: Keeping Memories Alive

Gemz By Emz (an award-winning business that was founded by Emma Thomson from Essex) has been capturing hearts, and preserving cherished memories since 2011.

Gemz By Emz specializes in personalized jewellery – that’s engraved with your loved one’s photo and/or handwriting.

Emma (a professional photographer since 2008) began to craft jewellery as a way to cope with her own struggles with anxiety and depression. The idea of engraved photo jewellery resonated with her, and she saw the immense potential it held in creating meaningful keepsakes.

Emma’s background in photography allowed her to bring her customers’ unique requests to life. From photo restoration, to adjusting positions, eliminating backgrounds, and/or extracting subjects, Gemz By Emz ensures that each photo undergoes professional editing before it is meticulously engraved.

Among its bestsellers, is: the heart-shaped photo personalized necklace, the men’s leather photo bracelet, the unique photo bracelet charm, and the exclusively designed duo heart photo necklace.

Gemz By Emz’s exceptional craftsmanship and heartfelt approach has garnered attention from both celebrities and media outlets. Notable figures such as Eamonn Holmes, Jacqueline Jossa, Stacey Solomon, and Denise Welch have adorned Gemz By Emz jewellery.

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The brand has also made appearances on popular TV programs such as Coronation Street, The X Factor, and Loose Women.

And, it’s been featured in The Daily Mail, The Sun, The Metro, The Telegraph, and the Evening Standard.¬†Emma also won the Theo Paphitis’ Small Business Sunday competition in 2017, and she was commended as one of the top 25 small shops in the UK by Indie Retail in 2019.

And lastly, Gemz By Emz also strives to provide support beyond just jewellery. Emma has trained in mental health, suicide prevention, grief, and bereavement to offer helpful content, tips, and support for customers and social media followers who may be struggling after a bereavement. 

“Anything is possible with self-belief and hard work,” said Emma Thomson.

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