The Gaudy on 15 September 2018 was a major celebration for St Hilda’s College, marking 125 years since its foundation. One of my ammonite pendants was presented to the guest speaker – Katty Kay.
Some of the work I showed is already on my web shop . The rest will be soon. The ranges are
- Ammonites – St Hilda’s symbol
- Estoiles – a St Hilda’s College motif
- Uffington White Horse – since it’s Oxfordshire
- DNA themed jewellery – since it’s Oxford
I’m happy to change chain styles and lengths and make bespoke pieces. There are so many permutations of sizes and fittings that I can’t stock everything! I’ve given typical prices, but pieces will vary. All my silverwork is solid silver – no silver plate – and everything is made by me by hand in my workshop in Radley except for the findings (chain, clips etc.). Anything above the legal minimum has the full London traditional hallmarks and many pieces below have too.
Brooches, cufflinks, earrings, pendants, keyfobs, ornaments, charms – you name it – a range of ammonites from 130g to 2g.
Inspired by the St Hilda’s crest
These are a new range – I’m open to ideas for sizes and styles.
Uffington White Horse
I was keen to make the shape as accurate as I could – each one is individual hand cut.
Available from stock or to commission in a range of sizes.
DNA themed jewellery
Other lengths/ sizes on request.
It’s not obvious from the pictures but the width of the pendant is the same as the large DNA earrings. The DNA ball pendant was inspired by DNA histone proteins that DNA winds around.