Posts tagged jewellery drawing

A beautiful pair of shoulder dusters created from baguette diamonds extracted from disused antique ring. The stones have been given a new lease of life and purpose as earrings. Each rectangular element is fully hinged, so even when the wearer is perfectly still the earrings tremble and catch the light.

The diamond fringe earrings with their render in white gouache and ink.

A pair of diamond fringe earrings using the client’s own stones.

Because the lack of criss cross facets in square and rectangular stones in which to hide inclusions, baguettes have to be exceptionally clean to be used in jewellery. Even taking that into account, the stones here are exceptional, adding extra vibrancy to the jewel.


A pair of starburst rings, one in rose gold, one in white gold, each set with brilliant cut diamonds. If possible, I like to incorporate asymmetry in my design, as it means the jewel never looks the same from any two angles. A concept I read about in the work of Charles Worth, the world’s first coutourier.

Starburst ring in rose gold and diamonds.

Starburst ring in white gold and diamonds.

The starburst rings with their original designs.


A bespoke sapphire and diamond Art Deco style bracelet. Featuring diamonds, cut sapphires and sapphire beads set in platinum.

A sapphire and diamond bracelet in a timeless, Art Deco style setting.

The sapphire and diamond bracelet shown next to its original working drawing in gouache and Chinese ink