From an original texture mat carved by me, this is one of my favourite patterns, I have used it countless times but I love it on these earrings where the patina shows the bright silver pattern particularly well. Enriched sterling silver. Hallmarked.
Each individual link is individually handmade so no two panels are the same although they share parts of the same texture design. The bracelet moves fluidly resulting from the connections hidden underneath the links. Secured by means of a handmade hook the bracelet appears seamless when worn. Fine and sterling silver, hallmarked.
Made of fine silver, the carefully crafted stalks dangle separately from the caps adding movement and interest. Fine silver, hallmarked
Sid, named after Hissing Sid of the Captain Beaky fame, is delightfully serpentine. When creating this piece it just called out to be a snake.
Made to order this handcrafted bracelet is made up of handmade jumprings which are woven together in the famous Byzantine weave to give a result which always impresses. Sterling silver, hallmarked
Made of enriched sterling silver the amethyst coloured stone catches the light when worn. The whole ring looks delicate and intricate when worn and will fit any size of finger with its open wrap around style. This ring is a version of a design by Lis-el Crowley.
Made originally for a very special person as part of a set including a bracelet and earrings, this original Celtic design has been set with a lush oval Baltic amber cabochon.
Two of my pod rings. The pod rings are designed to be worn individually or stacked together. The pods are delicately made of silver clay and attached to sterling silver wire. A fresh water pearl finishes it off.
This little one was originally made for a magazine tutorial which was coloured in resin. This version has been enameled in carnival colours but they come in a variety both right and left facing.
The heavily textured round links had been hanging around my studio for a while before I had the idea of adding little silver balls to it. It transformed the links and made the overall bracelet a very contemporary piece.
The ever popular arum lily is a great shape for earrings. Here I have taken more than a bit of artistic licence and added a couple of stamens. I love them!
I was pleased with the way this pendant came out. I had originally designed it as a single piece but had the idea of splitting it across and allowing it to articulate. I'm glad I did. The rich aqua transparent enamel colours work well together.