Folksy Fringe 2023

Folksy Fringe 2023

Folksy Fringe 2023

 

We’re thrilled to to have been selected for The Folksy Fringe! First we were included in the summer exhibition and then in it’s sister show.

Folksy HQ describe the show – “ When we were curating the Summer Exhibition we found we didn’t have space for everything we wanted to include, and so the idea of a Fringe was formed. We hope you love it as much as we do! “

If you missed the Edinburgh Fringe – you can visit Folksy instead.

Included were our bronze pearl waterfalls – the perfect complement to our gold ormer pendant which was featured in the main exhibition.

The metallic coin pearls in these earrings reflect a stunning range of colours which just look so stunning no matter the lighting. They are like tiny disco balls – an ode to our love of the genre.

Coin Pearl and Hematite Cascading Earrings
Affordable Art Fair December 2019

Affordable Art Fair December 2019

Christmas Exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair December 2019

 This art fair was held at the Gate House Gallery in December, this exhibition organised by Adam Stephens sought to bring a range of affordable artworks to the public, just in time for gifting. With a limit of £100, the affordable art fair was a great incentive to introduce art to a new audience.

Amethyst waterfall earrings

Amethyst waterfall earrings

Amethyst Waterfall Earrings

This pair of waterfall earrings features an understated colour mix of silver pearls and pale amethyst chunks.

Each stone is threaded independently onto a sterling silver navette chain with a handmade bobble wire – this allows each gem to move independently, creating fantastic movement.

Pass It Along Project 2018

Pass It Along Project 2018

Pass It Along Project

We are delighted to have taken part in the pass it along project again this year.

The pass it along project is a collaborative jewellery project. The idea is like the game of consequences, or Chinese whispers. Working within a small team of jewellers from across Europe and North America, I will work on a piece and then send it, or “pass it along” to the next person in my group who will then work on it before finally passing it along to a third person.

Below are two of the three pieces of work that we worked on for this project.

received three pieces of silver with hand crocheted white threads, two of which were already connected (left picture). A bit foxed, I pinned them all on a board and waited for inspiration to strike. But it was only when I came across the three labradorite beads in my stash that I made the connection. I love the way that the earrings are mismatched but have a similar volume. I also love the contrasting colours. I added a piece of hematite to echo the silver balls, balance out the design and stop them looking too “matchy”. Despite not really taking to the silver and crochet pieces when I first received them, I have worn these earrings almost daily since completing them.