This collection showcases unique pieces of jewellery set with earth-given materials such as precious and semi-precious stones. It also contains frosted sea glass that is formed from many years of ocean tumble at the hands of mother nature. The source of the sea glass will be indicated on the description of each item. The use of stones and sea glass can be a unique way to remember a special place that you once passed through.
The pieces of jewellery in this collection have been created employing the art of bending and looping wire, which is one of the oldest jewellery techniques. Examples of wire and beaded jewellery can be seen from the Sumerian Dynasty and Ancient Rome, where they have used using wire wrapping techniques. The technique can be traced back to thousands of years BC, when craft of soldering did not exist. Wire can be used to create rustic and unusual weaved and wrapped designs of a continuous and free-flowing nature.
This collection champions a fiery mix of metals to create beautifully polished and contrasting pieces. You will find solid brass, bronze, gold, silver and copper working harmoniously together to bring fused depth to each individual item of jewellery.
The precious metal jewellery displayed here forms part of a collection of circular pieces that uses the softness of open circles, domes and rounded shapes. Geometric jewellery is timeless and eye-catching and although the concept of infinity and natural cycles are showcased here through the circle, you will find geometric shapes throughout all of my collections lots of my individual pieces.