A bracelet specially commissioned by a family to celebrate the recipient's grandchildren. Each of the different coloured stones in the centre of the onyx disc is the birthstone of one of her grandchildren; on the back of each gold disc is the corresponding grandchilds' name engraved.
An Art Deco style ring set using the client's own sapphire.
An Art Deco style jewel created using the client's own stone. The piece was set with diamonds and lilac sapphires to enhance the purple fire of the stone. It is fully articulated to fit in with my philosophy of movement and colour.
A Burmese ruby and diamond bracelet specially commissioned as an anniversary gift.
An unusual combination of stone renders an otherwise conventional engagement ring setting into something modern yet timeless. The centre stone is a grey diamond and is flanked by ink black diamond shoulders.
This piece was ordered as a 21st birthday present. The client wanted a more unusual precious stone so we settled for this silver grey star sapphire. The tones of the stone are enhanced by the use of grey and white diamonds. The geometric nature of the design is inspired by Art Deco.
The central stone of this ring is an important, untreated Ceylon sapphire. It was a family heirloom given a new lease of life by being re-polished and re-set. It was first worn at a State Banquet at Windsor Castle.
A rhodolite garnet, ruby, diamond and pink sapphire ring set in rose gold. This was made as a bespoke 21st birthday present.
A ruby and pearl pendant necklace commissioned to celebrate a ruby wedding anniversary.