We're open Monday-Friday 9-5 & Saturday 10-2. Walk-ins welcome but appointment are preferred at the Talbot Centre Mall MAP
Please call 519-432-1558 to book a consult or to arrange jewellery pick-up/drop-off.
Masks are mandatory by order of the Middlesex-London Health Unit and city by-law. London Ontario is currently level Orange.
If you have a repair, supplying photos using the form at the bottom of this page can help expedite your process.
The store is located on the 1st floor of the Talbot Centre Mall in London Ontario Canada.
(for appointments and couriers)
1st Floor, Unit R34
148 Fullarton Street
London ON N6A 5P3
P.O. Box Address
(for Xpresspost/airmail shipments)
PO.Box 1955, Station B,
London ON N6A 5J4
Owner, Designer, Goldsmith
I have been goldsmithing since 1990. What started as a hobby soon developed into an apprenticeship under three different goldsmiths while I obtained my Bachelor of Arts from UWO.
Since 1995, Celtic artifacts have been my passion. Their design and history serve as an exploration into my own heritage. I am also very interested in rediscovering the ancient techniques of Celtic metalsmiths and artisians used to create their masterpieces, and I continue to develop many of my own personal metalsmithing techniques.
My jewellery incorporates styles of knotwork, spirals and ancient zoomorphic (animal) patterns from different Celtic artifacts throughout art history. This gives each of my rings and jewellery pieces a deep meaning and symbolism. The artifacts are of stone, wood, glass and precious metal. Celtic history ranges from 600 BC to 1100 AD. It began with the Iron Age in Europe. The Iron Age started in the Persia and India in ~1500BC. See my publication on alloy history for more.
There is meaning behind all of the elements of the Celtic style. Through my own artistic research, I have interpreted the meanings of knotwork, spirals and many of the Celtic motifs that I use in my jewellery. I also recreate replicas of Celtic jewellery. I’ve also found that Scandinavian design had a large influence on Celtic knotwork developement.
If you have any questions about the history of the designs on my jewellery, please contact me and I will respond within a couple of days.
Each piece of jewellery is hand made, one of a kind and also includes an historical description.
Marc is an immensely talented and knowlegable goldsmith. He has a certificate in Jewellery Methods from George Brown College and has been with Bellchamber Rings since 2016.
Whether you are greeted and served by Jason or Marc, we have the shared value that jewellery is personal and sentimental. Our mission is to make your experience enjoyable.
The engravings on each Bellchamber ring or piece of jewellery should be treated with care. Each one is your own unique piece of art.
I guarantee the designs in each handmade sterling silver piece for 5 years, and in gold and platinum for 10 years. If the design ever has to be re-engraved or recast we do so for free so long as the item has not been mishandled. As for normal wear and tear, I will personally look after you if need be.
I consider your purchase of a ring to be an investment in me as an artisan and I appreciate it very much.
Our policy is Love it or Exchange it. Bellchamber Rings does not issue refunds; items can be exchanged or surrendered for store credit within 30 days of sale.