I make small, quality pieces of handcrafted jewellery created with a variety of techniques (check out the techniques page for some of the ones that I use). I don't go in for mass production making heaps of the same thing - that's not why I became a jeweller. I'm in it for the reward and satisfaction of creating a piece from drawing pad to completed item; which is why the items you see on the website are one of a kind. If you are interested in purchasing any items, please let me know by clicking here and I can advise if they are available and the price or you can have something similar made for you personally as I also undertake commission work (see some of the reviews below) If you'd like further information, please visit the commissions page which explains how I go about the process. With the exception of small stud earrings, all my jewellery is hallmarked in the Edinburgh Assay Office in line with current regulations. More information about hallmarking and the work of the Assay Office can be found on their website
Gill managed to transform a vague idea into a wonderful and unique pendant design, making good suggestions after the initial discussions and soon had a design ready. I was kept informed of progress and before long had the finished pendant which was for my mum's 80th birthday and she loves it.
I contacted Gill for help to replace a lost earring from a much loved Rennie Mackintosh jewellery set that I had. Although she was unable to copy the earring design directly due to copyright issues, she was able to design some new earrings to compliment the set that I had. She made a trial earring that I could try and to make sure that I was happy with the design. Within a couple of weeks I had a new pair of earrings to wear with my much loved necklace and bracelet.
Patricia, Saffron Walden
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