The personalised element is great for adding a simple, meaningful touch to a present – perfect for weddings, fathers day and Christmas. Continue reading
These rings were remodelled for a mum and her daughters using tiny diamonds recovered from an old ring. I randomly scattered the diamonds so each ring was unique and gave them all a highly polished finish… Continue reading
A change from my usual blog posts about rings! I don’t get to make many necklaces these days – I guess because I have such limited time at my bench at the moment and rings are popular so they tend to dominate. But oh my, was this necklace worth stepping away from the rings for!
This necklace is largely made up of 3mm recycled sterling silver cubes, Continue reading
If you follow my blog you may remember the cushion cut Sri Lankan sapphire that I set into an engagement ring last year. I’m still in love with it so it was lovely to see it again earlier this summer in order to create a perfectly matched wedding ring. Continue reading
I have had a few pieces of jewellery laser engraved recently and thought I’d share an example. Laser engraving leaves the metal blackened so the numbers and letters really stand out. Continue reading
I made this ring as a wedding band but it could easily be an engagement ring, eternity ring or just everyday ring. It is a textured 9ct recycled yellow gold ring with 5 flush set tiny white diamonds… Continue reading
The engagement ring in this set was an achievement for me with a personal record of fourteen stones flush set into one ring! It featured one slightly larger white diamond to represent the bride Continue reading