Finally my new range of handmade jewellery has been released into the wild. Hooray!
You can find the new collection in my Australian handmade jewellery shop and also in my international handmade jewelry shop.
Below you’ll find some photos and details of a few of the new pieces.
Handmade chain in sterling silver
This sterling silver chain is entirely handmade in sterling silver – a very labour-intensive process!
The links are smaller than in my original handmade chain, so there are a lot more of them, but are made with sterling silver of the same thickness. Each link has been formed, soldered and then hammer-beaten to give it a sparkly finish.
The handmade chain is finished with a hammered 14ct gold link which features four ametrine gemstone beads and one amethyst bead, each suspended from a 14ct gold pin.
I’ve made a version of this chain for myself and I must say that it’s a joy to wear!
Butterfly wing pendant on chain
This butterfly wing pendant is the deluxe version of a design that has been one of my most popular for a few years now. The wing has been intricately cut out by hand in sterling silver.
The new design is slightly longer and is suspended from a delicate sterling silver chain – something many customers have requested over the years.
It also features a sparkly, hammer-beaten ring in 14ct gold which holds two ametrine gemstone beads and one amethyst, all suspended from handmade 14ct gold pins.
Leaf and bud pendant and earrings
These leaf and bud earrings and leaf and bud pendant were inspired by a leaf spotted at the gorgeous Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens near to where I live.
The leaves have been cut out by hand in sterling silver. They have been hammer-beaten to give an organic shape and texture and have been finished with a brushed satin finish. The buds are beautiful pear-shaped faceted garnets.
The leaf and bud necklace is suspended from a delicate sterling silver chain which features three small green aventurine beads as highlights.
Seed pods necklace
This lovely seed pods necklace was inspired by a branch of pods spotted at the Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens.
The branch has been cut out by hand in sterling silver. It is suspended from a delicate sterling silver chain and features five small natural pearls as highlights.
Maidenhair fern pendant and earrings
Inspired by a native fern, these maidenhair fern earrings and maidenhair fern pendant have been cut out by hand in sterling silver. The leaves have been hammer-beaten to give them an organic shape and texture, before being given a matte white-ish finish.
The earrings are finished with handmade sterling silver ear wires. The pendant is suspended from a delicate sterling silver chain which features three small green aventurine gemstone beads as highlights.
But wait … there’s more!
I’ll share some more pieces soon, but you can see the whole range in my Australian shop or my international shop right now!