Old Mine Cut Diamond Ring

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Over the years I have undertaken commissions to recycle diamonds into new jewellery, keeping the family connection while housing the stone in a piece that fits the character of its new owner.

My clients came to me with a large 1.85ct diamond set into a very typical, Victorian bar brooch which wasn’t my clients style. Read more…

Raise a Toast – Festive Silverware

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This time of year we’re all toasting the season and what better way to stave off those winter chills than with a little tipple in a silver vessel?  Warm whisky tones contrast beautifully with silver in a tot and champagne sparkles in silver and crystal.

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Palladium and Red Gold Wedding Rings

Wedding Rings

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Often overlooked in favour of the showier engagement rings the humble wedding band is a simple piece of jewellery which carries significant meaning for the wearer. While the traditional half round band is still a regular request from clients it is possible to inject a little more personality into your wedding ring. Here are a few examples from recent years

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Asymmetric Diamond Ring

Diamond Rings

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The diamond solitaire ring is a classic choice for an engagement ring and my designs range from minimal, flush set rings to high, dramatic pieces to showcase your personality and fit your lifestyle.

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Contemporary Silver Claret Jugs

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The enduring popularity of claret jugs and their statement presence on the dining table inspired me to work on a contemporary version, which I completed near the end of my degree. It’s a classically inspired but thoroughly modern claret jug, using full English crystal and sterling silver and echoes the curvilinear forms associated with grapes on the vine. Read more…

Gardeners’ Ring

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In this ring, made to commission for a client, I’ve taken inherited family diamonds and fashioned them into a modern, durable setting for understated everyday wear. Read more…

Silver Water Jug

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Many years ago I made a silver water jug for a client, as a gift for her husband. Since then it’s been a fixture on their dining table and I have made several other items for the same family, beginning a small collection of my silverware. Read more…

Autumn Update: Goldsmiths Fair

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Back from the idyllic stretch of Cornish coastline that I make a point of visiting each summer I find myself, once again having Goldsmiths’ Fair just around the corner.

This year, for the first time, I shall be exhibiting during Week Two of the fair, from 29th September to 4th October, on Stand 30. With a late night opening on Thursday 1st October until 8.30pm and for the second year there will also be a full programme of talks to attend.

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