Story telling through beautiful jewellery

About Us

Clogau is a second generation family business based in Wales.

For over 25 years, our growing range of jewellery has captured the hearts and imaginations of jewellery lovers from far and wide. Every piece we create contains rare Welsh gold - the Gold of Royalty for over 100 years.

Clogau jewellery is seen as an heirloom with both a personal and cultural meaning and a permanent tie to Wales – something valuable to pass down the generations.

It is our heritage that defines what we are, and provides the cornerstone for our future – a future that will hopefully be as successful as our story has been to date.

Our Brand Story

Encompassing every emotion, a night at the opera is a truly breathtaking and unforgettable experience. A sequence of moments full of song, dance and music where hours feel like seconds in a world of fantasy and brilliance.

It is during an interlude at the opera where we can pause, reflect, and take a mere moment to appreciate the memories we are creating; truly splendid memories with our loved ones, perfected with wonderfully meaningful jewellery.

Because when you stop and look around, you realise all that is possible in a short space of time.

The Royal Heritage of Welsh Gold

1911Welsh Gold

Prince Edwards

The story of Welsh gold and royalty goes back over 100 years. When Prince Edward was invested as the Prince of Wales, the coronation regalia were made from Welsh gold.
1923April 23

Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother

The wedding ring of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother was made from pure Welsh gold from the Clogau St. David’s gold mine.
1947Nov 20

Queen Elizabeth II

Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II had her wedding ring made from pure Welsh gold from the Clogau St. David’s gold mine.
1981July 29

Princess Diana

Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales and Diana, the late Princess of Wales’ wedding rings were made from pure Welsh gold from the Clogau St. David’s gold mine.
2005April 9

Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall

Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales and Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall’s wedding rings were made from pure Welsh gold.
2011April 29

Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge

When Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge married Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge her wedding ring was made from pure Welsh gold.