Upon entering 2016, I have taken time to reflect on some of my bespoke commission pieces from the past 12 months.
‘One of a kind’ jewellery has always been one of my specialities. It is how I naturally work – I love the process of inspiration / creation / manifestation.
I am constantly creating new pieces – the ones that appear in metallic form represent merely a fraction of those that appear in my sketchbook.
With the natural point of reminiscence that is a new year, I have taken the opportunity to look again at some of the constant and favourite themes that have appeared in my bespoke catalogue within the last 12 months.
The first selection that I would like to share is rose gold – such a gorgeous, gorgeous metal.
Alloyed with a large percentage of copper to create the ‘pink’ colour, rose gold is a beautiful and sensual metal that creates a subtle compliment to many gemstones, while offering a soft, contemporary look which works well with most skin tones.
In the image above, you can see just a few examples of the bespoke, handmade jewellery that I have created in the past 12 months that feature rose gold.
clockwise from top left - 18ct Fairtrade rose gold and peach sapphire engagement ring, 18ct Fairtrade rose gold and champagne diamond drop earrings, 18ct Fairtrade rose, yellow and black gold rose brooch with pave set black diamondRead More