The new range of handmade jewellery was released last week. Here is a brief introduction to a few of the designs - with more to follow.
This floral open locket is made in sterling silver. The front panel has been cut out by hand, while the inside of the back panel is gilded with 23ct gold and features a partially hidden rhodolite gemstone setting.
These are some of my personal favourite pieces from the new range! The leaves and citrine buds necklace features three sets of textured leaves nestling sparkling citrine gemstone settings. Also see the matching leaves and citrine buds earrings.
The butterflies on this necklace have been cut out from oxidised sterling silver which has been etched with my favourite damask pattern. See also the matching butterflies post earrings.
The double tulip pendant is made in copper with bonded sterling silver on the back. It is suspended from a sterling silver chain. The matching double tulip earrings have sterling silver posts.
The basket of flowers pendant has been intricately cut out by hand in sterling silver. Ditto with the matching basket of flowers earrings!
The row of daisies pendant is cut out by hand in sterling silver and features a sparkly golden topaz gemstone setting. The matching daisies post earrings also each feature a golden topaz setting.
I'll introduce more new designs soon. For now visit the entire new handmade jewellery range.