I am originally from Cheltenham, but moved to Sheffield to study Metalwork & Jewellery at Sheffield Hallam University.
I really enjoy making tactile jewellery that both intrigues and makes people smile. I am very much into the lost wax casting side of jewellery at the moment - I love carving Read More...
This is a wearable version of the children's poem Sing a Song of Sixpence. The birds are oxidised silver with 18ct gold beaks and eyes, while the pie is cast silver and the clasp is made of a cast silver sixpence and a forged pie. It is strung on Tiger
Peter and Paul are two little dickie birds. The image shown are the set I made in sterling silver with a matte finish. I have also made a set which is polished, and another that is gold plated. These two little birds have character, and can be worn eit
This is my Bird in the Hand ring, it can be worn either inside the hand like this, or on top of the hand. Look closely and you will see the feather detail on the tail! It is solid cast sterling silver.
This ring has three little birds on it - the two silver ones are facing the middle, gold plated bird, envious of his plumage.
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