One of my favourite mini beasts, ladybirds symbolise good luck and a time when our wishes will be fulfilled.
I’ve named this design Phish as they are based on a stylised fish. They look edgy and modern but very elegant when worn.
This pair of baroque earrings were made with recycled gold from the family’s grannie’s 9ct gold bangle.
A red collection of curiosities inspired by this month’s birthstone Garnet.
I grew up with a mimosa tree in our conservatory at home and felt very blessed to have a huge mimosa outside of my shop window (which sadly is no more). This design was inspired by the mimosa’s joyful pom-pom blooms.
A statement baroque necklace studded with twenty-two cabochon marquise Garnets. I love Garnets as they are such a lovely shade – not too red and not too pink.
My new twig rings – I thought these would make a lovely alternative to a plain wedding band for all of us tree and nature-lovers.
Rububble is a version of my bubble ring but this time set with sparkling Rubies. Rubies are used to celebrate a 40th anniversary and I created this piece for the 40th exhibition of the DJG Designer Jewellers Group.
One of my favourite pictures from my trip to India last January for a yoga retreat with @helenbishopyoga. These beautiful women were using hessian to secure the bank.