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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Scosha NYC

Tuesday, April 29, 2008
There's nothing I like more than jewellery with a personal twist. Scosha NYC is definitely a brand that adds a touch of personality to their pieces. Each is handmade by Scosha, who considers herself a a "story jeweller" which is a beautiful turn of phrase I hadn't heard before!

She manages to combine preciosu materials with others such as linen and leather to make some truly lovely pieces of jewellery...I've never been one for "bling" and whilst these don't fit that category they as certainly just as pretty and precious.

Find them here

Monday, April 21, 2008

Rose gold

Monday, April 21, 2008

Carolina Bucci wrap bracelet ( I have this is silver...they're beautiful bracelets, a lot sparklier than pictured!)

Mauri Pioppo love necklace with sapphires, very cute little charm with an added tiny diamond sparkle

The classic Elsa Peretti Tiffany heart is always a popular design whatever gold it's in

Bing Bang locket - I love Bing Bang, they seem to be able to create modern and unusual jewellery which still has a vintage charm about it

Moritz Glik - how amazing is this ring? The plates that hold the rose gold chips are actually white sapphire...beautiful!

Manak channel set pink diamond ring - alovely bit of sparkle :)

Friday, April 11, 2008


Friday, April 11, 2008
Lovely jeweller Kate Wood has just launched her new collection over at Glint jewellery. A mix of rubies, grey pearls, gold and oxidised silver, each piece is beautifully made with little clusters of jewels and charms.

I'm a big fan of the coral she had used in previous collections but these new pieces meets all expectations!

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Yellow gold

Tuesday, April 8, 2008
I've found that the older I've become, the more I've fallen for wearing gold jewellery. I don't know why it never appealed to me when I was younger but I'm all about it now, whether it's a rich yellow gold or a sweet blush like rose gold. I think my next few posts will be looking at different types of gold, I'm convinced there's one for everybody!

These pieces by Melinda Maria sum up exactly why I love yellow gold now

There's something lovely and nugget like about Wright & Teague's jewellery that makes me want to hold each piece of my hand (and I love the fact that each piece is available in three types of gold and silver)

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Amy McColl

Sunday, April 6, 2008
This is the prettiest use of resign and acrylic I've seen in a while. Amy McColl uses botanical forms as her inspiration, also using colour and light from her photography to influence her creations. She describes her work as bold and bright using hard surfaces but also retaining a softer femininity at the same time. I think this is a perfect description, her pieces do look hard yet soft at the same time.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008


Wednesday, April 2, 2008

I'd previously seen Buddug Wyn Humphreys work through Style Bubble and The Cherry Blossom Girl but had never ventured on to her website. But I am so happy I did because her work is absolutely wonderful! From the delicate little brooches to the fantastic bird headwear, everything on the site is a delight to look at.  Hailing from North Wales, she's inspired by the nature and scenery of her home background and explores matching everyday materials with precious ones.  I definitely think she's one to watch...her work is so wonderful I look forward to seeing more of it!

Emma Ferguson

I've been wanting to experiment with cross stitch and embroidery for ages now and have been spurred on by the great work of Emma Ferguson. Not only are her hand embroidered illsutrations fantastic but equally so are her badges and necklaces.

Take a peek at her shop here

Eat your greens

Inspired by my veggie doodles how about a broccoli necklace?
Found here

Frau de Ringe

How amazing are these Frau de Ringe designs?
I think the cherub is my favourite
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