I have been designing and making jewellery for more than 30 years,
having completed a diploma course at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in
London. During this time, I have had many commissions to make a wide variety of
pieces ranging from wedding and engagement rings to non-jewellery items.
The most unusual pieces I have made have included a half-size replica of a stethoscope,
commissioned by the College of General Practitioners, to be presented to HRH the
Duke of Edinburgh. I think the most unusual piece of all was a silver feed tap,
which was commissioned as a present for a pig farmer!
I lived and worked in North Wales for a number of years, and ran a small shop
in Caernarfon specialising in hand made modern jewellery. I now have my workshop
on a farm in the west of England, and a shop in Weston-Super-Mare.
I hope you enjoy browsing through my jewellery catalogue - please email me if
you need any more information, or if you wish to place an order.
This range is inspired by the richly patterned works of art by Gustav Klimt. It
echoes the mosaic jewel-like decoration of his paintings.
A triangular shape with leaf-like textured ridges. Tiny 18ct gold triangles sprinkled
Welsh Love Spoon Collection
A collection of jewellery based on the traditional Welsh Love Spoon
An updated version of the Zodiac Pendant
Silver Wing Collection
This design is based on a seed pod. Crafted in heavily textured silver with 18
carat gold decoration and are set with either an opal, amethyst or moonstone,
or alternatively have an attractive lacy centre.
Flame shapes in red and yellow 18ct gold with flame coloured garnets or citrines,
on satin finished silver
Half-size stethoscope for HRH The Duke of Edinburgh