Beth Ellingworth - Director, Qualified Gemmologist, Registered Valuer, Certified Diamond Grader
Silversmith, designer, qualified gemmologist, registered valuer and certified diamond grader F.G.A.A. Beth is a creative soul. She is a water colourist and is widely travelled. Beth's holloware is in the collection of the Brisbane Museum & Gallery as well as in international collections.
Charles Wyatt - Director, Jeweller, Certified Diamond Grader
Manufacturing jeweller, silversmith, fine arts graduate. Charles has a BA from RMIT in jewellery design. He is fascinated by gemstones and is a certified diamond grader. Charles began working for Sargions when he was just a teenager, when his mother Beth taught him the art of hand making our renown Sargions Spoons. After moving to Melbourne to study jewellery design at RMIT then spending a few years travelling around Australia in a van, Charles returned to Tasmania to raise his young family and continue his work as a jeweller with the family business. Charles is passionate about surfing, his family, jewellery, and design.
Gavin Cowell - Director, Jeweller, Qualified Gemmologist, Registered Valuer, Certified Diamond Grader
Gavin has 44 years experience in the jewellery and watch industry. He designs and manufactures jewellery, is a qualified gemmologist, a registered valuer and certified diamond grader F.G.A.A. Gavin is widely travelled and takes great joy in sailing. When he isn't working hard at Sargisons he occasionally takes time off to sail the Mediterranean and French canals.
Isabel Grotaers - Jeweller, Qualified Gemmologist, Registered Valuer
Isabel is an integral part of the Sargisons team. A qualified jeweller, qualified gemmologist and a registered jewellery valuer, Isabel creates many of our custom made pieces.
Isabel was awarded Apprentice of the Year at NMIT two years running and in 2021 she successfully completed her diploma of Gemmology through the Gemmological Association of Australia. Isabel was awarded second prize in the jewellery category of the 2021 WorldSkills Australia National Championships.