Perfect Valentine’s day presents for book-lovers everywhere! have a custom piece made or choose sterling silver and a pearl for that extra-special touch.


How It Works

Build your own jewellery!

Here at Scribbly Towers, we love books and recognise how personal and powerful words can be – so our customers can build their own piece of Literary loveliness.

As we hand-make each item to order, we are able to put your choice of design into many different settings. So to build your own piece of Scribbly jewellery first select your design such as a Pride and Prejudice quotation, then select its setting, perhaps silver plated.

We hope it is an easy process but if you hit a snag, or if you can not find what you are looking for or have a specific quotation in mind (it doesn’t have to be literary, it could be lyrics or a saying) please email us here.

Quote of the Week

“I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.”

Neil Gaiman

Get in someone's good books this Valentine's Day.

Our literary gifts say it so well – the perfect present for the book-lover in your life. Or why not get a voucher if you aren’t sure what they like?

Review from Scribblette

Have made a few orders now and we are delighted with our purchases .. Beautiful handcrafted unique pieces made by a lovely genuine person with an over all personal experience … Can’t ask for anything better than that .. once again am over the moon and will absolutely shop here again x many thanks ️xxx – June, (Glasgow)

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