Jewellery Heirlooms by Eric Goodby

About Myself


I have worked in the jewellery industry for over 40 years now and specialise as a Jewellery Designer/Model Maker and Bespoke Diamond Jewellery mounter.

Having built up many contacts over the years I can offer both a competitive price, and the kind of quality Jewellery my most discerning customers could require. Although I have worked mainly within the jewellery industry for manufacturers and retailers, I am always very happy to take on commissions for handmade diamond jewellery from the general public, to whom I can offer excellent value for money.


I now work in Edinburgh with my partner Caroline Temple who is also a jeweller.

When based in the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter I shared a workshop with my Father Ken Goodby for 20 years until his death in 2016. He started work at 14 years old and worked for 70 years as an engraver.

My paternal Grandfather was also an engraver, and jewellery manufacturing in my family goes back in "fits and starts" to at least the early 1800's. Jewellery manufacturing is also found on my Mothers side of the family, so we have a long tradition of jewellery making in our family.

It has always been my policy to give freely the best advice I can to my customers. It is this open and honest approach that I feel in the end inevitably recommends itself to customers.

I will always endeavour to meet any reasonable time schedule a client may have, and my job turn around times are pretty good, but like all craftsmen and women, I take great pride in my work and would therefore advise that it is better not to rush if you require the best results for your important jobs.

 If you believe you may require my services, please feel free to contact me.