The County Argyle Sunday Market is back with our biggest news of the year! For August we are featuring a collection of some of our newest sterling silver treasures. We are also introducing the Heritage Collection, our exclusive series of historic Scottish and European designs recreated by us for modern customers. Want to be one of the first to see the new line? Simply visit our Facebook Event to join in the fun.

The Heritage Collection

At County Argyle, we are driven by our love for the best in sterling jewelry and our pride in our shared Scottish heritage. Over the past year, we have been hard at work on our new signature line that combine these two passions.

The Heritage Collection by County Argyle is an exclusive selection of historic Scottish jewelry designs from the past three centuries. For each, we have recreated the originals in exacting detail and hand cast them in sterling silver. The first three pieces will be debuted on this week’s Sunday Market. We can’t be more proud of the results!

The inaugural trio includes an historic, early Victorian-era kilt pin (a treasured family keepsake from my ancestors) and a pair of customer favorite kilt pin designs from the first half of the 20th century. Rings, pendants, bracelets, brooches and more are still to come!

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Over the past few weeks, we have spent more time on the road than we did in the past six months. We’ve had more time to track down new treasures, and we are sharing them with you this weekend. Some of the highlights include an incredible Navajo turquoise and silver cuff, a stunning Mexican mid-century blue and white enamel and sterling set, a pair of fantastic figurative cuffs, a Victorian heart-shaped match box or locket, a pair of Jerusalem crosses and much more. If you’d like to see more of any of these pieces before the Market begins, contact us via email, Facebook or text and we’ll get you all the info you need.

Looking for something new for the summer? Drop Jeff a line and he will review our inventory to find the perfect piece.

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