I started creating jewellery in the July of 2021 with a little soldering iron and a small coil of silver wire. I initially made simple fidget rings and stacking rings but I soon found a love for capturing nature in silver. I loved the idea of capturing a leaf or flower in time and turning it into a wearable piece of nature to last forever, so I started to take imprints of these and make them into beautiful silver jewellery. It's a little slice of nature you can wear everywhere you go.
Each piece of jewellery is handmade in my home studio with care and attention. I love what I do and I believe this is reflected in the quality of the jewellery I create.
I love the idea of a little piece of nature you can wear daily, created with nature, but without harming it. I source my leaves and flowers from the floor beds of forests or woodland walks, having naturally fallen from the main plant - I don't remove from growing plants.
I have signed the pledge 'Handmade and Well Paid' with the Jewellers academy, so you can be sure I pay myself a living wage and don't overcharge or undercharge for my pieces of work.
I aim to be as sustainable as possible and I am always striving to improve aspects of the business. I use recycled silver, for all of my sterling and fine silver creations (read more about this in my blog post about sustainability) and I also use reclaimed cabochons and gemstones for some of my creations.
All of the packaging I use, from the box to the packing filler to my business card, everything is eco-friendly. All aspects of my packaging are either reused, recyclable (and recycled!) or biodegradable.
I also make a monthly donation to Ecologi to offset my carbon emissions and plant trees. I plant a tree for each order I receive and have recently hit an impressive 300 trees planted!
Want to keep in contact?
Be sure to join my email list to keep up to date with the latest offers, see behind the scenes and get sneak peeks of upcoming pieces.