At Sarah B. it begins with the philosophy that we can make a difference.

It starts by incorporating better materials such as natural fabrics like cotton and linen, and hand printing our designs using eco-friendly water based inks.

We strive to reduce our environmental impact by making thoughtful decisions as they relate to our materials and construction processes.

Our small accessories and bag linings are made using fabric remnants - a great means of reducing our waste.

These choices reflect our core values - that however small, we have a responsibility to "do our part”

We understand that by embracing a slow, more sustainable approach, our methods may not reflect the least expensive nor fastest route in which to bring product to market however we believe it results in a better quality product overall.

At Sarah B. we place emphasis on the art of making and we celebrate the skills required to do so.

Crown Jewels - New Pattern Design

The crown jewels are often only used for the coronation of a monarch and a few other ceremonial occasions, though the monarch may also be often shown wearing them in portraits, as they symbolize the power and continuity of the monarchy. Since medieval times the crown jewels are typically passed down from one generation to the next.  The royal "jewel box" might include crowns, sceptres, orbs, swords, and rings - all pieces usually in gold and heavily decorated with rare and precious stones, in styles which date back to the Middle Ages.  These designs are normally very conservative. Many crown jewels are kept in a museum setting except when in use, and can be seen by the public.

Crown Jewels - New Pattern Design

Crown Jewels - New Pattern Design