I will be showing and selling my work in the lobby of the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building on the afternoon of the Gaudy (Saturday, 21st September) prior to and post the invited speaker’s presentation so from about 2pm to 4pm. I’d be delighted to chat about the silver, how I made it or any ideas you may have.
This year I can show examples of all elements of the St Hilda’s shield – ammonites, estoiles and a unicorn. I will also bring a few other representative pieces of my wider work. Everything I show is already on my web shop .
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! 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.
For sale here. Some examples
Brooches, cufflinks, earrings, pendants, keyfobs, ornaments, charms – you name it – a range of ammonites from 130g to 2g. RIngs and bracelets are new for this year.
Inspired by the St Hilda’s crest. For sale
I’m open to ideas for sizes and styles.
New for 2019.
This silver pendant has a blue, plastic enamel background for the unicorn. It is fully hallmarked and is currently on an 18″ chain. Although 35mm wide it is quite light. I’m happy to consider other designs on this theme. For sale