Posts Tagged ‘Jewellery’

Danish Ceramics Brooches

Do you remember when we discovered the beautiful Danish Ceramics last month? Well this month I have discovered they produce the most wonderful jewellery, namely these simple and delicate brooches which are… well like wearing a lovely piece of Danish Ceramic on your lapel! Which one’s your favorite? See more here. Read more…

Octium

Buying jewellery is always an exciting affair, whether you are in Tiffanys gazing into a glass case or in Topshop picking out the perfect quirky necklace for a night out [I think all ladies will agree with the blinding consumerist delight of either venture]. However, I do believe Jamie Hayon has taken shopping for pretty […] Read more…

Shapes and forms

I have always admired the imaginative jewellery of Devon based silversmith Joanna Rutter. Her unique handcrafted necklaces, earrings and rings form graphic shapes of little clouds, tweeting birds and scrawled words. So when I came across Joanna’s blog which gives us a little insight into how she makes her lovely pieces, I had to share. […] Read more…

Phioro

I spotted Clare Pardoe’s work at Origin earlier this month and was drawn like a Magpie to a her gleaming wares. Clare, a silversmith and jewellery maker, revealed some of her more everyday objects at the Origin Fair. Using a method of spinning and hand raising metals, slowly striking them with a hammer, Clare forms […] Read more…

In Coversation With… Comfort Station

Anyone frequenting the East End of London will know the whimsical work of Comfort Station. The fantastically styled East London boutique primarily produces sumptuous ranges of Victorian inspired jewellery – scrolls cast in tarnished silvers with hidden meanings, necklaces and earrings dripping with rows of pearls and unusual charms in the form of tiny chandeliers […] Read more…

Oh my!

I was thoroughly spoilt on my birthday this past weekend and a received some wonderful gifts…these have got to be my favorites however…so lovely! What a lucky girl I am! Gold plated Chloe necklace Feather Hermes ribbon scarf – this is like a work of art… Read more…

HOT!

A walk through Selfridges jewellery section the other day and an unnatural penchant for geometric shapes and facets (second only to my moustache fetish) had me nearly pass out from excitement, when i witnessed a cluster of the treats seen below. Jogema produces graphic inspired statement rings – with one of these babies on my […] Read more…

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