I have been designing and making silver jewellery since moving to the Wye Valley a few years ago, where the beautiful surroundings provide a rich, year-round source of inspiration from the young fern shoots in the spring to the decaying leaves on the woodland floor in the autumn.

My designs not only reflect my interest in natural forms and repetitive patterns but also my fascination with the endless possibilities of silver, which can be forged hammered and textured to create an array of organic and abstract shapes. I often incorporate fresh water pearls or semi-precious stones into my work. The result is jewellery that is eye catching, yet delicate and easy to wear. All of my jewellery (except for studs earrings) is hallmarked by the Assay Office London.

I am a member of the Court Cupboard Craft Gallery in Abergavenny. You can find my work on exhibition there, and I spend a couple of days a month helping out in the Gallery. It's a fantastic space and a wonderful group of artists and craft makers. If you are passing by on the A465 Hereford - Abergavenny road, drop in!

You can browse my jewellery; follow me on twitter and facebook; find galleries near you to view my jewellery; or buy yourself something special in my online shop. You can also visit one of my exhibitions; see events for full details of forthcoming shows.

I take commissions, but as each request is different please contact me.


You can buy my jewellery online at DaWanda.com

Last update - April 2015