About the jewellery
I love working with silver! Manipulating it to create jewellery that is tactile and moves with the wearer. Unique pieces, asymmetrical, miss matched, individual and unusual.
Always experimenting. Incorporating other materials, copper, brass, slate, stones, beads, even cement. My aim is to evolve, creating new and distinctive ranges…..something a bit different.
As required by law, all of my silver pieces that weigh in excess of 7.78gms, are hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office with my own personal makers mark.
My jewellery is presented in card boxes. These boxes are made ethically within the western world and, very importantly, are recyclable and made from recycled materials.
Silver will tarnish, it’s a natural process where the silver begins to dull and darken but with regular care it can last a lifetime.
Here are a few suggestions:
- Buff regularly with a silver polishing cloth.
- Remove before showering, bathing etc.
- Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, cosmetics, cleaning products etc.
- Always store in an airtight container
A good rule of thumb is to let your jewellery be the last thing you put on in the morning and the first thing you take off in the evening.