Category: Commission Rings

Remodelled Sapphire Ring
May 23, 2018

Earlier in the year I was asked if I could remodel a very plain set baguette cut sapphire engagement ring. The ring had belonged to  the client’s mother and therefore held significant sentimental value.  Unfortunately the setting was not to her liking and it was sadly not being worn. After some research and discussion a ...

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Labradorite Tear Drop Ring
June 28, 2017

This ring evolved in design and making over a period of months. Fortunately it was to be a gift for a very dear friend who more than understood my ‘need’ for it to be just right and was happy to wait! Previous incarnations had featured an uncut and irregular shaped opal which shattered during the ...

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Carrick Knot Ring

A Carrick knot  (or bend) is used to join two lines together and this ring was aptly made and given several years ago as a promise ring due to the connections associated with it. Research suggests that the name of this knot or bend may come from Carrick Roads—a large natural anchorage by Falmouth in Cornwall ...

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July 12, 2017

I have always liked the dried seed cases of the Honesty plant and have also heard them referred to as ‘Moon Pennies’ which I think is rather apt given their appearance when dried. Originally created as a ring for the client’s boyfriend, I also went on to make a bangle because I liked the imprinted texture ...

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Skinny Dip Ring
June 25, 2017

I do like a challenge and this pebble proved an interesting one.  A somewhat more chunky piece of jewellery than I normally make, it is certainly a statement with quite an amusing story behind it! I was commissioned to make this 40th birthday present to replace a very special fossil ring that had got lost in ...

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“A flower blossoms for its own joy”
July 12, 2017

In agreement with Oscar Wilde’s quote, I love making these floral inspired pieces blossom for special occasions. I have made Violets, Daisies, Forget-me-nots, Lilies, Apple Blossom, Narcissi, Snowdrops, Lily of the Valley, Vine and Ivy leaves. They have been incorporated into a range of jewellery pieces including a bridal torc, bangles, earrings, rings and hairpins. ...

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