886 by The Royal Mint is a contemporary collection of jewellery and homeware made from responsibly sourced precious metals, predominantly from recovered and recycled sources and inspired by the specialist skills and expertise of Britain's oldest maker.
The range celebrates the beauty of precious metal, combining timeless design with precision engineering to create objects of exceptional quality and lasting value.
The debut collection of elevated essentials includes discreetly luxurious hoop earrings, chains, studs, cuffs and signet rings designed to be worn every day and crafted to last a lifetime.
Each minimalistic, genderless design is available in a range of responsibly sourced precious metals, predominately from recovered and recycled sources, making the effortless style and superior craftsmanship of the 886 by The Royal Mint collection accessible to all.
Every piece above 0.5 grams is engraved with its precious metal gram weight as a marker of its intrinsic value.
‘I wanted to create jewellery as a wearable asset: beautiful pieces that retain their value for generations,’
Creative Director of 886 by The Royal Mint, celebrated British designer Dominic Jones, was inspired by The Royal Mint’s heritage as a trusted store of wealth.
886 by The Royal Mint champions quality British craftsmanship, helping to preserve the rare skills of The Royal Mint’s craftspeople.
Over two-thirds of the debut collection is produced in-house at The Royal Mint manufacturing facility in Llantrisant, South Wales. Legacy techniques used to craft medals and coins are combined with innovative engineering skills to create pieces with a distinctive weight, remarkable durability and superior lustre.
886 by The Royal Mint is the first luxury jewellery brand to use 100% recovered gold sourced from discarded electronic waste.
The Royal Mint has partnered with Canadian clean technology firm Excir, using a patented chemical formula to extract gold from discarded laptops and mobile phones.
By promoting sustainable sourcing and a UK-based circular economy, 886 by The Royal Mint represents a new era for the home of precious metals.