Here’s my finished piece. My Satsuma studs are striped rather than dotted as the stripes catch the light so beautifully when they are worn. p.s. my shop is open every day until Sunday this week.
I couldn’t let Christmas pass without showing you the inspiration behind one of my most popular designs.
My branch ring in this month’s birthstone blue violet Tanzanite, which is believed to help you slow down and take things easy. The perfect antidote to December’s madness p.s. you can enjoy 10% off my collection online or in my Tunbridge Wells this weekend!
A glistening new commission using an ethical Sapphire 💎
Calming blue violet 💙💜
Biscuit 🍪, a six year old Labradoodle popped in to see me about a remodelling commission. 🐾 | As a token of my appreciation you can use the code HAPPYDANCE for a 10% discount across my range of jewellery on www.catherinehillssjewellery.com until midnight on Sunday 10th December 💎
It’s December! Known as the “stone of magic”, Tanzanite is this month’s birthstone and believed to promote spiritual awareness and insight. It is sometimes referred to as the “workaholic’s stone” because it is said to help you slow down and take things easy. Discovered in Tanzania in 1967, it has a remarkable trichroism, which means it appears blue, violet or burgundy depending on its orientation.
Here’s my finished mushroom design. The variety and strangeness of mushrooms always leaves me in awe of the brilliance of nature.
I couldn’t let Autumn pass without an ode to mushrooms 🍄
I know Bonfire Night has been and gone but here are some more Catherine Wheels to hopefully add some spirit to your day. #indiefriday