Rock Troll

Oval Spiral Pendant

Fine Silver Jewellery inspired by Nature, our Ancestors, the Sacred British Landscape, its Folklore & Mythology.

You can visit my Folksy Shop HERE

I have been fascinated by the mythology, folklore and spirituality of the British Isles all my life. My work is inspired by the art passed down by our ancient ancestors. In particular I am drawn to the inscriptions found on British Iron Age metalwork.

I first began combining art and metalwork about 25 years ago when  I gained an A Level in art sculpture.

I now create fine silver pieces using PMC (Precious Metal Clay) a medium in which fine silver particles are suspended in an organic binder. It can be worked much like any other clay. Once a piece is complete and has been left to dry I fire it by hand at a high heat. The binder burns away and the silver particles fuse to each other. The final product is a piece of fine silver, or 99.9% silver.

(PMC also contains a high percentage of reclaimed and recycled silver!)

Each piece is then cleaned and tumbled before being burnished by hand to highlight individual detail and finally polished  to give a high quality finish.

Fine silver is 99.9% pure silver compared to sterling silver which is only 92.5% silver. Fine silver tarnishes a lot slower and as a result needs to be cleaned less regularly.

I am lucky enough to live and work in Wiltshire surrounded by some of the most important  and sacred ancient monuments in England including Avebury Stone Circle, Silbury Hill, West Kennet Long Barrow and The Sanctuary.

Each piece is completely unique and is hand crafted by me in the wilds of Wiltshire

Fine Silver Jewellery inspired by Nature, our Ancestors, the Sacred British Landscape, its Folklore & Mythology.

I have been fascinated by the mythology, folklore and spirituality of the British Isles all my life. My work is inspired by the art passed down by our ancient ancestors. In particular I am drawn to the inscriptions found on British Iron Age metalwork.

I first began combining art and metalwork about 25 years ago when  I gained an A Level in art sculpture.

I now create fine silver pieces using PMC (Precious Metal Clay) a medium in which fine silver particles are suspended in an organic binder. It can be worked much like any other clay. Once a piece is complete and has been left to dry I fire it by hand at a high heat. The binder burns away and the silver particles fuse to each other. The final product is a piece of fine silver, or 99.9% silver.

(PMC also contains a high percentage of reclaimed and recycled silver!)

Each piece is then cleaned and tumbled before being burnished by hand to highlight individual detail and finally polished  to give a high quality finish.

Fine silver is 99.9% pure silver compared to sterling silver which is only 92.5% silver. Fine silver tarnishes a lot slower and as a result needs to be cleaned less regularly.

I am lucky enough to live and work in Wiltshire surrounded by some of the most important  and sacred ancient monuments in England including Avebury Stone Circle, Silbury Hill, West Kennet Long Barrow and The Sanctuary.

Each piece is completely unique and is hand crafted by me in the wilds of Wiltshire.

You can visit my Folksy Shop HERE

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