Love from Skye is a jewellery gallery and workshop owned and run by Paul and Bryony Matthews showcasing both contemporary and traditional jewellery with an onsite jewellery workshop manufacturing an exclusive range, offering a commission service and jewellery and watch repairs service. Love from Skye also offers a selection of gifts and cards. All stock is sourced locally from the surrounding Skye and Lochalsh area or from elsewhere in Scotland and suits every pocket. Jewellery ranges from sterling silver at £12.50 to 18ct gold and diamonds at £1000.00. Our gift range starts at £4.99.
Open Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm* and Saturday 10am - 5pm*. Closed Sundays.
*Please note that we now CLOSE OUR DOORS 15 MINUTES BEFORE closing time to ensure that we are able to offer the required service before closing.*
Our 'Love from Skye' collection is available from our website
Mail order can also be arranged for special orders and for the other ranges we stock - just get in touch.
Love from Skye shared Skye & Lochalsh - Wish you were Here.'s video.1 week ago
If any Skye & Lochalsh business owners (or just local individuals who are concerned by the unhelpful reports regarding tourism) want to take part in a really nice, positive and proactive group planning a nice social media campaign, please request to join the Facebook group Marketing Skye & Lochalsh asap!
Link to the group page in comments below 👇
Now that we're in the height of 'the season' we're very much enjoying meeting new customers and catching up with regular visitors. We're nice & busy but we've had very few days where we've been too hectic to have a good chat in the shop or do a speedy job in the workshop. The usual warm welcome and Highland Hospitality awaits any visitors to Skye & Lochalsh this season. Broadford has a great vibe at the moment. Yes, the popular spots on the island are busy, but the island is not over run. Don't believe what you read 😉 We even hear there is some accommodation available peak season!! Come to Skye (unless you're an idiot reporter!), enjoy Skye & the surrounding areas. Many of our small local businesses, which are a part of the amazing community here, depend on visitors and silly reporting has the potential to do a lot of harm. Just plan your accommodation and avoid the famous spots at peak times. Explore other quiet, peaceful & equally beautiful areas. Take your rubbish away with you. Consider staying long enough to find out what Skye really has to offer and meet the locals rather than whizzing on & off with a check list. Simple really!
We wish anyone holidaying in the area this year a wonderful time. We'd love to hear about it!
Credit for the awesome photo to our customer Chrissie. We love it. By the way, we absolutely love seeing photos of our customers with their new jewellery or of you at our shop....!
I obviously have to have one of each new design to trial them and for the purposes of advertising..
Our new Sgurr earring design, which has a matching necklace, features a rock-like, uneven texture and was inspired by the texture of the rocky pinnacles of the Black Cuillin range and the standing stones present across Scotland. (We were watching Outlander at the time!!
After a few days in the shop this week, our little girl had me all to herself today while her dad, granny Fyona and Annie were at the workshop & shop. We met a friend at An Crùbh where we had lunch and a look around the Made in Sleat exhibition. We picked up these amazing banana & salted caramel cupcakes from our friend Laura (aka Creatures of Habit Cakery) to take back to the others at the shop. The power had gone off and they had to pack up before we got there with the cake...what a shame!!! Creatures of Habit Cakery & the others are there tomorrow (Sat) too.