A customer requested a unique enamelled necklace inspired by a very wind-blown Cherry Blossom Tree. This design sparked the initial idea for my 'Branches' collection.
This bracelet was commissioned as a gift for a young boy - it depicts the
constellation Orion, which he was named after.
This particular moon phase - 40% visible waxing crescent - was requested as it the specific phase of the night the recipient was born.
This commission - a crescent moon necklace - inspired me to create an entire collection based on the phases of the moon.
This statement necklace was commissioned for a beautiful bride to wear at her wedding.
Often we see linked circles as symbolising a lasting relationship but the rings already symbolise this so for this necklace we decided on linked triangles - the strongest shape to symbolise the strength of their bond.
This lovespoon jewellery was a request I found quite intimidating - a more complex and traditional design than I'm used to - but it was a fantastic challenge and I'm proud of the results.
This lovespoon tie slide makes a wonderful gift for men. After finishing these I had a couple of requests for similar designs.
My mother receives a lot of jewellery from me - usually earrings I've already made that she's been coveting - but she particularly likes brooches so I made this one specially for her for her 60th.
I made this simple silver and brass lapel pin for my Dad for his 60th birthday.
This was commissioned by my grandfather when I was in my second year at Uni. It was a gift from him to my Granny for their diamond anniversary.
This bold contemporary design features a cut-out diamond shape that symbolises my Grandparents 60 years together.
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