How could I resist this book?!
A ruby cabinet of curiosities to represent strength, warmth and motivation.
I’ve been going back through some favourites from my range to give them the dark treatment for my website. This bracelet has remained a firm favourite as it’s chunky and bold with a statement catch.
As I’ve been re-visiting my Harry Potter work I asked my daughter to model the Radish earrings I made for Luna Lovegood to wear in Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix. I had to teach myself French beading to make them – it’s something I’ll never forget as it was tricky but so satisfying.
My Harry Potter Slytherin jewellery makes me think of a snake dragon cross – I wanted to explore this idea further and created this design inspired by the Slytherin snakes but this time crossed with a flobberworm. A flobberworm is another fantastical beast from Harry Potter – ten inches long and a herbivore!
I wanted to photograph my Harry Potter Slytherin ring in a way that felt fitting to the story but was also my style. I get an uneasy feeling looking at the pointing finger which to me felt right for Slytherin! Thank you to my wonderful daughter for modelling.
I’ve been having fun taking a trip down memory lane and re-visiting my Harry Potter work. The Slytherin rings and tie-pins I created for Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban were worn by the Slytherin boys: Malfoy, Crabbe, Pike and Goyle then also worn in the subsequent films.
I’ve been told that people buy from people so I should try and show more of myself on my website. I try and push myself to show up here from time so I’ve decided to take the plunge and go for it on my website too. Here’s the photo I’m planning to add which was taken by the wonderful @mark_harrison_photography
Thank you so much for your support on my last post. Here’s the second necklace I made for Emilia Clark’s character in the new Star Wars film Solo. We went on a family outing to see the film (my parents came too!) – I’ve been quite tempted to go again!
I’ve always been a bit uncomfortable blowing my own trumpet but it seemed crazy not to share with you one of the pieces I made for Emilia Clark’s character Kira in the new Star Wars film Solo. I have to keep pinching myself! Thank you @eveoph for modelling for me