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It has been our privilege to have held a Royal Warrant since 2001.
Fiona Rae jewellery was originally set up in 1990 after being granted a loan from The Princes Trust.
Fiona's work came to the attention of HRH The Prince of Wales, who then commissioned a range of gifts which we have been supplying since 1994. This then led to us being awarded us a Royal Warrant.
We have since designed and supplied pieces which have been used as State Gifts by HM The Queen and HRH The Prince of Wales. It is not only an honour to create such pieces but we also feel it is a reflection of our integrity and discretion with all our clients.
Fiona Rae was invited to exhibit at the Queen's Coronation Festival on the 11 - 14 July 2013 in the beautiful Gardens of Buckingham Palace. It celebrated the 60th anniversary of The Queen's Coronation. This exciting and unique event, hosted by the Royal Warrant Holders Association, brought together - for the first time on this scale - over 200 companies who hold Royal Warrants of Appointment. Promoting the very best of UK plc, the Festival celebrated innovation, excellence and industry through trade and craft.
Fiona and her team were thrilled to be part of this magnificent event in the stunning setting of the Gardens at Buckingham Palace. This truly unique event was a huge success for Fiona, with her designs proving very popular.
Since 2007 Fiona has been a trustee of Qest, which is The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, the charitable arm of the Royal Warrant Holders Association.
As a trustee on the award panel, Fiona assists in the assessment of projects that highlight applicants' passion and commitment to their craft and reflects the excellence of British craftsmanship in the UK.
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In May 2015 Fiona was vistited by The Prince of Wales in her studio and shop. The visit marked an important milestone for Fiona Rae jewellery as the studio and shop has recently been refurbished and Fiona is celebrating 25 years of business.
'As a small business which has the privilege of being able to display a Royal Warrant, I am committed to strive at all times for excellence of service and quality.
Having started my business with a loan from the Prince’s Trust, I have been extremely fortunate to have the Prince’s support. I am so grateful for the initial loan, without which I couldn’t have afforded to invest in my first collection. As a young female craftsperson back then, I know how difficult it is to be taken seriously by banks and other sources of investment.
My products are all entirely handmade in the UK. It is extremely important that we value these skills as part of our cultural heritage and pass them on to the next generation. This is something that the Prince takes a great interest in, and we were lucky enough to have had the opportunity to show him personally when he visited our workshop last year.'
'As a craftsperson myself, I understand how difficult it is to fund this without help and QEST’s support for the scholars is invaluable – it has been life changing in many instances.'