weddings and flowers

july 2017
A whole heap of wedding jewellery this month, including a beautiful 18ct gold wedding ring with the deepest blue untreated cushion cut Burmese sapphire-this stone was an absolute beauty! Luckily I get to see it regularly as it is now on the hand of my new sister-in-law!
I also made presents for the four bridesmaids, the maid of honour and two page boys: daisy earrings in 22ct gold vermeil for the maid, little framed silver and 18ct gold flower pendants for the girls and hand pierced silver cufflinks for the boys, wrapped in ribbons and given out by the groom at the reception.
Even the damp weather on the Isle of Wight didn’t seem to matter, it was such a beautiful day…
I’m looking forward to another wedding in August, this time in Denmark, 18ct white gold wedding rings made, the brides ring with a beautiful flush set diamond, simple but timeless.
Better practice walking in my heels again!


in the leafy month of june…

One of my favourite months…
The garden has burst into life (and so have all the weeds and bugs, but that’s just a part of gardening that you have to get used to!) and there are even days when I can wear my shorts!
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nuts in may

nuts in May

A busy month with exhibitions, MADE Bloomsbury, Brighton Open Houses and another show; MADE West Dean the first week of June, so its definitely been a bit nuts this month!

But I’ve managed to complete some pieces I’m really proud of and back up lots of galleries.

Roll on June…!