The workshop opening hours are Monday to Thursday 9-5 and Friday 9-4 and From May-September Saturday 10-5 Sunday 2-5.

The workshop was built in 1971 and had a major extension in 2003. We are extremely lucky to be based next to the beautiful Hellister Loch where we see otters, swans and enjoy many a tea break sitting by the Loch soaking up the peace and tranquillity.

We offer free tours of the jewellers workshop where visitors can experience first hand what’s involved in the process of our jewellery making. We recommend pre-arranging tours where possible however we do try to accommodate any on the day requests where possible.

Today we have a team of 13 staff members the longest being with the company for 42 years

We stock a range of local crafts in our showroom and engraving is done in house

We have a coffee machine, toilet facilities and disabled parking, access and disabled toilets.

We also do bespoke orders including wedding bands to fit around engagement rings just call or pop along to discuss it with the jewellers.

The whole process is done inhouse using the lost wax casting process, from drawings/designs to the finishing pieces.

Our designers are always seeking inspiration and the idea for the very popular Mirrie dancer range was thought up on a Staff Summer outing in August 2010 at St Ninians Isle beach.

Getting Here

Find Shetland Jewellery 11 miles outside of Lerwick's centre, approximately 17 minutes to drive.

To drive from Lerwick leave on Gremista road/A970, continue on this road for 5 miles and turn left onto A971, drive for 5 more miles through the picturesque tingwall and Whiteness before arriving at your destination in Weisdale on the right hand side, situated by the Hellister loch, just past Robinsons and Morrisons store and fuel pumps.

Customer car parking is available.

To travel to the workshop Via bus, you can use the number 12 service from Lerwick to Aith or the Number 9 service from Lerwick to Walls, timetables will be available on or on the ZetTrans travel app.

Private taxis and tours are available from Allied taxi company, call 01595 690069 to arrange.

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