The Very Tiny People Meet a Whisk

Today’s installment of Adventures of the Very Tiny People: The very tiny people try to make scrambled eggs for breakfast, but their tiny silver whisk is just not tiny enough. The Giant offers his assistance, and – once Francine comes to – it seems as if the very tiny people will be getting their breakfast…

As Valentine’s Day Approaches…

I love Valentine’s day. I look forward to it. I start looking forward to it as soon as my birthday is over (30th of January in case you want to send me belated wishes). I look forward to it even more than I look forward to my birthday. A lot of people who know me are…

Brilliant Jewellery to Wear this Christmas

  I’m not sure if you may have noticed, but it’s almost Christmas. In fact, you probably haven’t been able to escape the barrage of adverts and decorations that have been accosting us every day since October. Well, this post is no different. It’s a round-up of great festive jewellery from all over the internet, that you…

Hey you. Wanna buy some jewellery?

If you’ve been wondering where and how to buy the marvellous jewellery you’ve seen on this website and my many social media pages, here is your answer: Etsy! If you’re living outside the UK and you’d like to buy any of my work, send me a message (here or on Etsy, or Facebook, or Twitter…)…

The Epic Bicycle Commission

Over the last year, many friends and strangers who showed an interest in my work heard about my bicycle commission. I’ve been working on it for a while… A lovely couple of cyclists requested a bespoke commission for a pair of earrings and a necklace in silver with highlights of gold. Here’s the story in…

Adventures of Umbrella Man

Umbrella Man has flown to Scotland. What an adventurous guy. If you haven’t been following his adventures on Instagram, here’s a recap of his life so far: He went from this: To this: To this: Then back to this: And then finally…this: Now he is fulfilling his dreams of adorning someone. Unusual dreams for you…

Spoons!

Good old spoons. I love spoons. I bought a Sheffield silver spoon a few months ago, and it’s been sitting on my desk ever since. Little ideas of what to do with it have been wandering through my mind, some being quickly rejected, others being given a little more thought, but none were accepted. I…

Day 34 to 37 (3rd to 6th of February)

Here’s another fascinating installment of “Daily Jewellery:” Day 34: Gold dust necklace. Ephemeral yet valuable. Day 35: insect brooch made from found objects. Day 36: Memory neckpiece. Made from my childhood. Day 37: ‘Connection’ necklace where the clasp becomes the pendant. Made from brass found objects and 9ct gold.

Day 32 and 33

I didn’t feel like waiting until next week to share some more Daily Jewellery. So here’s day 32 and 33. They’re both pre-made (in other words, I made them the year before last) but I’ve never shared them on any social media, so they still count…