Emeralds, diamonds and white gold.

Two plain spacers and two diamond spacers a beautiful central piece and diamond clasp. ?It was beautiful on and my client was very happy! I thought it was a wonderful challenge! I’m thinking i should take a photography course!!


Getting used to this jump ring jewellery! A blet made to order!


I made this for my auntie for Christmas. I had one hour and all the jump rings turned up the wrong size! I leave this here as a reminder to always get the right gauge of j/ring!! Grrr!! She however loved it and my little experiment taught me loads about this kind of jewellery!

Freshwater pearls and tourmaline!

?A client of mine had gone on holiday and brought some pearls. And wondered if there was anything we could add to them to make a present for his mother in law for her birthday. As October birth stone is tourmaline i used a strand of fading colours from pink to green in a twisted design and a big t bar clasp so she could undo it and do it up herself.

Making Something Old Into Something New

A customer came to me with a piece that she loved the stones on but couldn’t wear . It was strung as a half three row and didn’t sit properly on her neck. All of the beads were drilled diagonally so the whole necklace looked twisted. So we used the beads (I took out the plastic ones) to make different jewellery that she now enjoys to wear.

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