All pieces on this page are available at the time of writing (13.11.2020).
Some pieces are made using elements cast for me from natural items I have found. Other pieces are made from scratch from tube, sheet, or wire. Each piece is sawn and filed by hand, and may be formed using pliers and punches.
Quite often I am inspired by the shapes left behind when pieces have been cut out of a sheet of silver, and those shapes become jewellery themselves. Often the smallest pieces are the fiddliest and most time consuming!
Pendants (except for a few tiny ones) and some of the larger earrings are hallmarked as sterling silver by the Birmingham Assay Office.
Sterling silver stud earrings
These stud earrings are all made from sterling silver with butterfly backs. They come on a card made from recycled stock.
Sterling silver drop earrings
These drop earrings are all made from sterling silver. They come on a card made from recycled stock. Larger pairs come in a tin*.
Sterling silver pendants
All of these pendants have been hallmarked as sterling silver by the Birmingham Assay Office. Chains are mostly 18″ long and fastened with either a bolt ring clasp or a handmade S hook clasp.
*Why are they in a tin? Because tins are more durable and re-usable than card boxes (what will you put in yours?) and because metal recycles forever. Inside the tin is a piece of natural cotton webbing which is compostable.
Water cast sterling silver pendants
Water casting is the pouring of molten metal into water. As it hits the water it cools and hardens quickly and forms organic shapes. No two will ever be identical. These pendants have each been hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office. They hang from a blue waxed cotton cord which you simply knot firmly at the length you wish.