Crystal Labyrinth




Deborah Austin is founder & owner of Crystal Labyrinth - enthusiast in gemstones & crystallography.

Launched in 2002, Deborah specialises in exquisite natural gemstones & bespoke jewellery.  Evolving naturally from trading in London, in the world famous Shepherds Bush Market & then moving on to Taunton for a year, Crystal Labyrinth opened its third showroom in the famous World Heritage Site in Ironbridge, set within the boundary of Merrythought Village.

Deborah is very passionate about gemstones & their background from a scientific stance & is eager to convey that crystals & crystal-based jewellery can be more than just ‘new age’, Deborah sources only the finest quality gems from around the world - every piece is hand selected!

For thousands of years, people all over the world have been using gemstones & minerals for their metaphysical properties & have used their stones in a variety of ways.  However you choose to work with or use your crystals, whether you believe in the energy they hold, or if you wish to enjoy them for their outstanding beauty alone, Crystal Labyrinth brings to you exceptional quality gemstones!

To further enhance & capture a fascinating ambience in the shop, Deborah also sells an abundance of Swarovski crystals, most of which are not available anywhere else in the UK.  These are purchased from a German Company who specifically buy direct from Swarovski.    Deborah designs & creates hanging chandelier pieces; from general gifts to special birthday presents & bespoke anniversary or wedding gifts, also including jewellery pieces.   The size of these designs can be from 6 to 18 inches in length; shimmering arrays of cascading vibrant sparkling crystals, which are hung or suspended in bay windows & conservatories drawing the light from the sun, which then refract thousands of rainbows all over the room.  They are the finishing touch to any newly decorated room!  They emulate chandeliers that hung in the Palaces around the world & light fittings in stately rooms of large Victorian houses.

1st June 2017























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