Baliwick in Bloom Exhibition at SULA Gallery

Baliwick in Bloom Exhibition at SULA Gallery

Baliwick Botanials

SULA Gallery – May 2023

We were delighted to be involved in the Bailiwick in Bloom exhibition. SULA Gallery’s Spring/Summer exhibition filled the gallery with floral imagery. Each artist created an artwork with a botanical element.

We created a new pair of our recycled plectrum earrings. The plectrums, cut from floral themed store cards have been embellished with rubies and finished with our signature sterling silver handmade ear hooks.

We’re loving using pinks and green together at the moment and this was a great opportunity to combine the two. The lush greens combined with the bold pinks creates a stunning statement that stands out when worn – and of course when displayed in a frame. They might be small but they have the presence of a pair of statement earrings.


Recycled card earrings

Recycled card earrings

Recycled Card Earrings

These earrings are cut by hand from national trust cards, they are paired with a pair of lovely grey freshwater pearls. We love using motifs from nature, we think that the dainty pearls make this pair of earrings look just like little full moons as well. This pair of earrings add the perfect splash of colour.

We have a collection of recycled plastic jewellery made from recycled discount and gift cards just like this one. Giving them a new lease of life when they would normally be thrown away or left to gather dust somewhere.

We often cut our cards into guitar plectrum shapes that are perfect for the musician in your life.

Plectrum waterfall earrings

Plectrum waterfall earrings

Plectrum Waterfall Earrings

Earrings made from a customers recycled bank card, which we cut into a plectrum shape and then blinged up with the addition of a few fabulous navy freshwater pearls.

We have a collection of similar earrings made from old gift and dicount cards, which you can find here.

All Washed Up 2018

All Washed Up 2018

All Washed Up


All washed up was the summer exhibition at the harbour gallery which opened 12 July and finished 2 September.

The theme for this project was ‘all washed up,’  all pieces had a connection to the sea, beach, cliffs etc.

“We are extremely excited about this exhibition and did not realise, when we set the title last September, just how topical it would be” – Harbour Gallery

We used recycled beach combed plastics in our designs for this exhibition.

This was right up our street, recycling is a huge part of our ethos. Since the recycling exhibition at the crafts council in Islington in 1996 recycling has been at the forefront of our design process. We use recycled materials daily in our jewellery and we recycle as much as we can in the workshop, repurposing whatever we can. Much of our display material is recycled as is our packaging, which is also recyclable.