In An English Garden

In An English Garden


Spring is here at last!

This year, of all years, it feels like a huge cause for celebration. Whilst we have been in lockdown with life on pause, nature has been following her usual course and lush green shoots are pushing their way towards the sunlight.

I wanted to capture this sense of optimism in my spring/ summer jewellery collection. I have opted for a palette of fresh greens and teals with chrysoprase, amazonite and aquamarine dominating the scene, along with a generous scattering of freshwater pearls.

As a safe refuge from home-schooling, I have been hiding away at my silversmithing workbench creating various abstract floral forms to add an extra dimension to pendants and earrings. The collection will be added to over the next few weeks but for now there are tulips, lily of the valley, Egyptian star flowers and auriculas. Each of these pieces is cut out and shaped, by me, from silver sheet so no two are identical. I am also particularly pleased with my silver butterfly ring which I can make to order.

I do hope you will enjoy viewing the collection.