These earrings were made as a gift for a food blogger with a passion for Romanesco. Romanesco season was just coming to an end so it was a mad dash to try and locate the last remaining romanesco of the year. The individual florets were then carefully assessed for their beauty and the best was selected for casting. These quirky every day earrings were the result.
The food blogger thought they were so wonderful that she gave permission for them to be recast as part of the Spice of Life collection.
This customer spotted an unusual agate at a fair and loved the sense of fun it had. The necklace was designed to reflect the character of the stone.
This customer loved her big rings and this one was no exception. It was inspired by an azurmalachite in our collection. The intense sea-like colours of the stone led to a dramatic design made up of tubes of white and yellow gold in a pattern similar to that of the Giant's Causeway of the coast of Ireland.
Tree of Life
This brooch was designed as a gift for a lady's 70th birthday. The customer wanted a Tree of Life containing vivid green stones. The stones you see here are a little known stone called apatite, which has a beautiful bluish-green colour.
These earrings were originally a pair of amethyst studs given by my mother to her mother as a thank you for helping her set up her own business. When my grandmother died, my mother gave them to me in support of my jewellery design and told me to make something spectacular with them. These earrings were the result: a mother and daughter facing each other smiling and chatting, alike yet different.
This seascape brooch was made as a gift for a lady who had grown up on the seaside in Mattapoisett. The beautiful agate was quite a find and then the gold bird was a simple embellishment to bring it to life.
This cheeky brooch was made in 18ct gold with a blue sapphire collar to represent a lady's beloved poodle.