Red raspberries are native to Europe and I’ve always loved their bobbled form. They were the starting point for this cufflink design – I love the way the ever so slightly irregular bobbles catch the light as they move.
This ring is called ‘Finding the Words’ and is from my Carol Ann Duffy collection, inspired by the poem, ‘Finding the Words from Rapture’. It’s based on a Russian wedding ring with 18ct white gold, 9ct white gold and 9ct yellow gold. It’s engraved on both the inside and outside with words from the poem – the outside of each band reads: ‘I love you’.
A Pollen Cluster necklace in this month’s birthstone Alexandrite, which represents balance, love and healing.
Nature never fails to inspire me – I fell for the amazing structure of this flower in the Rainforest Biome at The Eden Project.
A very limited-edition silver Urchin Necklace with Diamonds, Swiss Blue Topaz and London Blue Topaz set in 9ct gold. Not something you’d find in your average rock pool! But I’m thrilled to say I’ve been accepted for the Goldsmith’s exhibition this year and this piece will form part of my exclusive collection.
This is a throw-back to a visit to Walworth Square – a project my architect friend was involved in – the striking sculpture is by Kenny Hunter.
I was inspired by the shapes and workmanship of Eastern warrior helmets when designing this necklace. I was lucky enough to create a similar piece for Emilia Clarke’s character in Starwars Solo.
Just when I think I have all my rings in a row – it suddenly feels quite the opposite!
This design evolved from a commission – the customer wanted me to create an organic ring with the feel of entwined branches. I adapted the design for my collection and here it is with three nestled pink Tourmaline stones.
Early evening in Hargate Forest with Rolo. This is normally a great spot for deer spotting but there were none to be seen - they knew better!