A vine pendant with amethyst and fluorite rounds and moonstone drops.
A colourful and unusual pendant of fordite - a rare and unusual resource. It’s actually car paint! Find out more it here.
A stunning blue flash labradorite in a Celtic inspired design.
A colourful and unusual pendant of boatite.
Boatite is the paint which drops onto equipment and the floor when boats are being painted. The layers of paint are chipped off in large pieces, which are sufficiently hard to be cut and polished.
This turquoise donut has been embellished with a woven design.
A large purple agate heart surrounded by an intricate woven design, with a Swarovski crystal stone and butterfly.
A large purple agate heart surrounded by an intricate woven design, embellished with stardust rounds.
A large purple and pink agate heart surrounded by an intricate woven design, with a Swarovski crystal stone stardust rounds.
A large deep purple agate with a woven design, embellished with stardust rounds.
This purple and blue agate round is encased by a woven design. The bale is decorated with coordinating glass seed beads.
A stunning labradorite with a tree of life design and a freshwater pearl coin on the bale. This stone is wonderful in the sun, seeming to reflect the glow.
An incredible spectrolite labradorite with a tree of life. I seldom obtain stones like this at affordable prices.
A beautiful faceted labradorite in a prong setting and hanging from a wire woven connector. The connector is a Nicole Hanna design.
A stunning 55.5ct rainbow moonstone with a beautiful blue flash.
49.3ct of beautiful rainbow moonstone from Sri Lanka.
This glass lampwork bead was commissioned for a pendant in recognition of my father’s years of service.
A purple and white striped agate with stardust accents.
A beautiful aventurine leaf with grapes of Chinese jade rounds and wire tendrils complete this vine pendant.
Silver plated wire is made by coating copper wire with a thin layer of silver. The wire I use is non-tarnish, so has a clear coating over the silver layer. Jewellery made from good quality silver plated components will wear well but cannot be expected to have the life expectancy of sterling silver jewellery.