A pair of matching sterling silver wedding bands, embossed with filigree design and oxidised then brushed to highlight the details. Custom commission.
Handmade brass earrings, inspired by the Wild Hunt in fairy tales and the noble stag.
My Lady's Tears
Beaded necklace, featuring freshwater pearl, hematite and a dragonfly clasp.
Bella in Red
A beaded necklace with crystal and faux pearl, reminiscent of ball gowns, red wine and firelight. Now with a wonderful owner in the USA.
Marquise in Port
Three kinds of crystal arranged on tigertail beading wire, in tones of smoke and wine.
Marquise in Royal Purple
Sometimes a little change can make a big difference. Though in the same beading style as the necklace above, the difference in shape and size of bead can change the whole outcome of the piece.
The fashion industry has a problem with sustainability, and this is an issue I go to great pains to avoid contributing to. A focus on reuse and 'upcycling', to use the new term, means that items listed in my store often have components rescued from this cycle, and given another chance at life. This particular series of pendants is a fantastic example of how we can save the environment and create a little bit of magic at the same time.
There are so many options to reduce our footprint as businesses, but oftentimes profit is king. As above, this series of pendants and chains aims to change that.
Original art on archival paper, set in resin.
Original art on archival paper, set in resin. Amongst other things, I dabble in illustration.
Pewter feature piece from a Melbourne designer, set with a freshwater pearl and crystal beads.
Similar to the other upcycled pendants, this unique item has a special history thanks to the many components that helped create it. Silver-plated body, reclaimed brass, crystal and freshwater pearl.
Recycled components, aluminium findings, faux pearl and crystal beads.
Sterling silver hand crafted wedding band. Sometimes simple is best.
Ready for market
The last large batch of sterling silver rings I made, roughly 30 in all. Sometimes being a jeweller is making stock for the store, but it's always wonderful seeing how each and every one turns out.
Persephone in Sterling Silver
One of my favourite ring designs is the Persephone. It's made in 925 Sterling Silver, and each and every one is hand made with love and care. The pattern is elegant and works well as both a feminine and masculine ring, and the design adds just a little flourish of a fairytale into the mundane.
Persephone, just a little different
This particular ring has been given an antique oxidised patina, and then had the filigree details polished back to their original silver colour. Sometimes the small changes make a delightful difference.
Work in progress!
Here's a good look at how the Promise ring in 925 silver looks on the bench peg, and then once it's been finished. All of my rings are entirely hand made - each and every one of them has passed through my hands and I wouldn't have it any other way.