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Open Studios 2022

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Open Studios 2022

I am so excited to be taking part at this years @openstudioscornwall Pencil in the launch date of Saturday the 28th of May 2022 at 10:30am. Do come and join us. Eco minded wearable art exhibition held in @jubileewharfgallery in Penryn.Featuring my work alongside of contemporary fellow jewellers:@maya_ullman @ceciel.van.oevelen_jewellery @oflandandseastudioOpen studios Cornwall will be held between the 28th May until the 5th June and we will be open daily 10am to 3pm.See you there 😉

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Fresh New Website for 2021

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Fresh New Website for 2021

After a very busy few months, my new website has gone live. I’m so proud of it. It's a fresh new look for my jewellery for Spring 2021. It features new photography, more information about me as a designer-maker, my studio and gallery, and also how I work. Those of you who know me well know how much I am inspired by the natural world, particularly the views just outside my studio here at Jubilee Wharf. Sustainability and minimising my impact on the environment is a driving force for me personally as well as in my jewellery making. The website also...

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A story of transformation.

Bespoke Lbradorite necklace

A story of transformation.

This beautiful copper and gold mounted Labradorite pendant is the stunning result of an unfortunate accident. It belongs to L, who bought the gem in my studio last year.  She was looking for something with healing properties and was charmed by this Labradorite's iridescent optical effect.   Labradorite is a stone of transformation. The qualities of Labradorite are to help people through change, it is beneficial for the lungs and may assist with respiratory problems. It also strengthens intuition and calms one's mind. L visited the studio again in December, this time she was very upset. She had accidentally dropped this beautifully polished treasured gem and it had broken into two...

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