Grew up in Tel Aviv surrounded by artists, including her father Micha Ullman, Maya finds her passion in design and particularly silver-smithing. In her carbon-neutural studio in Cornwall, Maya designs and crafts her jewellery from preloved silver and gold pieces and ethically sourced gemstones. Melted silver is used as a pencil or a paintbrush to create lines, textures and organic forms.
'My inspiration comes from observing the pulse of nature, the changing of the tides and the seasons right outside my Cornwall-based studio. I love to create pieces of jewellery that reflect these special moments using materials that respect the world around us. I hope my jewellery will encourage you to stop for a moment, to enjoy it and allow yourself an indulgence that will make you or a loved one feel special too.'
For you to enjoy
Where to see Maya's work
Trelissick Gallery, Cornwall Craft Association, Truro, Cornwall
The Poly Guild, Falmouth, Cornwall
Jubilee Wharf Gallery, Penryn, Cornwall
First prize at Cornwall’s Best Wedding Designer of the Year awarded by Cornish Brides Magazine 2015.
Finalist Cornwall’s Wedding Designer of the Year Award by the Cornish Brides Magazine in 2013.
First prize at Bath Christmas Market for Best Chalet presented by the Mayor of Bath 2009.
Member of CCA Cornwall Craft Association
Member of The Poly Guild, Falmouth, Cornwall
Registered with the Goldsmiths Company, London Assay Office