Precious Metals; Gold My connection with raw materials I have always felt a deep resonance with, and attraction to my raw materials. I spend hours working and shaping these bright, malleable and versatile precious metals – there seem endless possibilities in achieving form, structure, surface texture and use. How wonderful it is to start with… Read more »
Pantone’s colour of the year, precious gemstones to keep you in touch with nature and carved Emeralds; Happy New Year!
Within the last few years I have been lucky enough to witness the blossoming of Fairtrade gold in the jewellery industry. For Fairtrade fortnight last year I began a new jewellery collection entirely made in Fairtrade silver: The Honey Makers, a collection which features our hard-working friends the honey bee. Hand crafted in Fairtrade silver… Read more »
A New Year has begun and with it a plethora of predictions. My eye is drawn to the opinion, in The Telegraph ‘Luxury’ section that pink jewels will be big for 2016. Pantone, the arbiters of correct colour combinations, decrees this year’s colours are Serendipity, an ethereal blue, and Rose Quartz. Pink gemstones have always… Read more »
Their unique optical properties and rarity make them an exceptional choice for meaningful jewellery and I find them fascinating to work with.
I really believe it’s time for Fairtrade and ethical jewellery to be thought of the first choice for every special piece of jewellery we make, give and wear.
A very special wedding has just taken place, and the bride and groom have been kind enough to let me share their personal jewellery story here.
Cornwall has always had a very special place in my heart, and I am one of the few jewellers in the UK working with Cornish Tin.
I find the colours, shapes and textures of the natural world so inspiring and wanted to share with you all some of my blossom-inspired work.