Renowned London jeweller Phoebe Coleman has designed a limited edition Wellness Pot to celebrate the autumn re-launch of John Bell & Croyden, Pharmacists to Her Majesty The Queen since 1958.
Phoebe is a champion for British craftsmanship, with all jewellery designed and handmade in her London studio. A London girl at heart, Phoebe is the perfect choice to design an exclusive piece for British institution John Bell & Croyden, which first opened its doors to Londoners in 1798.
Made in solid sterling silver, the pot is an ornate and unique piece of jewellery which affirms the importance of health and wellbeing. The rose gold plating of the cherry blossom flowers echoes the new interior at the John Bell & Croyden store, featuring exquisite rose gold fixtures and marbled flooring, while showcasing the store’s 200 year heritage.
Josie Elles, Leading Expert in the Field of Supplements and Wellness at John Bell & Croyden, says, “We are thrilled to be collaborating with British brand Phoebe Coleman to celebrate our autumn re-launch. With the primary use of storing vitamins, Phoebe’s design caters to the increasing trend of healthier living. The wellness concept is instrumental to John Bell & Croyden, as we pride ourselves on covering all health and wellbeing needs – inside and out – with our new 360 degree holistic retail offering setting the benchmark for pharmacy, health, beauty and wellbeing standards across the world.”
Phoebe Coleman says, “The design was inspired by photographs of the most beautiful cherry blossom trees in Regent’s Park, close to where I grew up. It is believed that the cherry blossom tree represents the beauty and fragility of life, which ties in nicely to the theme of a well-being pot and the importance of taking care of ourselves – a notion that is heralded by the re- launched John Bell and Croyden.”
The limited edition Wellness Pot is now available exclusively at John Bell & Croyden, located at 50-54 Wigmore Street, London.