Here is a showcase of some very special one-of-a-kind jewellery created for customers. If you have an idea for a piece of bespoke jewellery you would like designed and handmade, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This poppy brooch was a commission piece for a historian who wanted to wear a brooch to some WW1 events she was attending. 2018 marked the centenary of the First World War, making this symbolic poppy brooch a deeply meaningful piece to create. The delicate flower petals were first carved in jewellers wax and cast in sterling silver, before adding a setting for a beautiful deep red garnet.
You can read about the making process on the blog.
A little wren bird was created for a customer who was looking for a gift for his Granddaughter, whose middle name means wren in Irish. The tiny bird was delicately carved in jeweller’s wax, with fine textures etched into the surface, before being cast in sterling silver. Read about the process on the blog.
A tiny hand-carved ivy pendant was created for a customer for his wife’s birthday. The ivy and moonstone symbolise their precious baby girl.
A chunky sterling silver band was created for a male customer who wanted a ring to wear everyday. The hard edges of the ring were softened and a frosted finished applied to its surface for a subtle, muted effect.
A circular leaf pendant was created for our customer who was looking for a special piece for his partner's 40th birthday. His partner, a coppice wood worker, had created the design herself to symbolise the work that she does. Her design was adapted by hand carving wax in varying levels of relief to define each leaf shape, before casting in solid silver.