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"As the owner of not one but three Seed bowls, I thoroughly recommend 👌they're more gorgeous than can justifiably be captured by camera, and they are a delight to hold" - a happy customer
These bowls are my contemporary take on aging and patination. The enamelling process I use means each bowl is unique with a natural feel to it, this is what really appeals to me.
The contrast between the enamel and the copper makes these bowls very satisfying to handle, which is important to my work. My designs should be equally as pleasing to use, hold, and look at.
The bowls were finalists in the National Trust/Crafts Council Open Call 2017 - see here
During the enameling process the copper oxidises (blackens) and while the enamel will not change, the black will gradually lessen over time, returning to its original copper colour.
The Triplets are a development from the original Milk Jug, Sugar Bowl and Spoon set created in 2017. I wanted to explore the design further, inspired by sleek minimalist designs of Modernism, and this little set have the same main form but each has their own personality.
I am interested in the relationship my pieces have with each other, how they are rigid yet have a sense of association when placed in their groupings, connecting with their counterparts. The pieces have a matt finish to the exterior which looks warm and inviting to handle, allowing the viewer to physically interact with each piece as it is important to me that my pieces are as good to use as they are to hold, and to look at.
Please contact to buy or commission HERE
Sterling Silver. Hallmarked 2019
Photo credit Paul Mounsey
In 2017 I was asked to submit a design for a gin tasting beaker, one of 25 emerging silversmiths asked to do so by the Goldsmiths Centre. We all had the same starting point of a spun silver beaker, the same size, but other than that we had free reign.
I was lucky enough to be one of the 20 silversmiths to be commissioned to create our designs for the exhibition Made for the Table, a selling showcase to run alongside the main touring exhibition, running until 31st August at the Goldsmiths Centre in London. Details of all 20 beakers here
You can see how I developed my design for the “Still Beaker” from the initial brief here
If you would like to enquire about commissioning your own Still Beaker, please contact me here
This sterling silver and walnut set is perfect to get you going in the morning. The scoop holds 12 grams of ground coffee but can be made the size to fit your individual requirements.
Please get in touch here for details of how to buy
Photo credit Paul Mounsey
This fine silver whiskey tumbler has a thick 2mm rim and heavy rounded bottom, meaning it rocks gently when nudged but will always self-right, never spilling a drop. Gilded inside to give a lovely golden glow, this tumbler's rounded form feels fantastic in the hand, and wonderful to drink from. The perfect accompaniment to your favourite tipple.
Planish marks are left in the silver to indicate the making process for this tumbler, which was raised by hand from flat sheet.
Fine silver, gold plated. Hallmarked. 2017
7cm rim to 7.5cm body at widest
£POA Please contact to discuss commission
Photo credit Claire Cleaver
This sterling silver beaker with gold interior has been created by raising, a technique which involves gently moving a flat sheet into a finished vessel form through a series of rounds with different hammers and stakes. Approximately 30,000 concise hammer hits to be exact, give or take a few…
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Photo credit Paul Mounsey
These rings were created by manipulating flat sheets of metal to form structural rings which have a sculptural quality. The silver versions have been created using an engraved silver salver which was presented to an architect for 25 years of service, back in 1984. You can see small elements of the engraved message on the underneath of the ring, a hint to its previous life and the ultimate in recycling/re-purposing.
Gilding Metal. Platinol.
Please contact to discuss if you would like to buy a structural ring
In 2016 a client commissioned a ring for his wife, to celebrate a special occasion. His rather short brief was that he liked my 'structural rings', but needing a little more to go on I asked if there were any particular landmarks which held special meaning to him and his wife. He suggested the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception, in Havana.
Although I replicated the outline of the front of the Cathedral, the design doesn't have an immediate visual link to it’s inspiration, instead looking like an abstract flower and keeping the origins of the design as a special secret between the client and his wife.
Commissions can be an affordable way to get that unique bespoke present for a loved one, to discuss your ideas, obligation free, please contact me here
Photo credit Claire Cleaver
The Brogue Series: Golf Ball Marker
In 2016 I was commissioned to make a golf ball marker in a similar style to the Browl and was given free reign for the design with the stipulation that the final piece would need two different sides and be around 3.5cm in diameter.
I used two discs of silver, soldered together; not only mimicking the layers of a brogue shoe but also adding to the weight of the piece. Using the hallmark as a feature this made both sides easily identifiable.
The design was shortlisted for the Make Your Mark competition in 2016, held by the London Assay Office.
Photograph credit Claire Cleaver
The Seamstress began life as a flat sheet of copper. Once the 'seam' has been created the metal is manipulated using my hands with various steel and wooden stakes to create a fluid wave shape.
Patina is applied to the inside, giving a contrast between the cold smooth exterior and the warm and subtly textured interior. The cold connection was inspired by stitched seams seen in textiles and also some construction processes.
Copper. Cupric Nitrate. 26cm tall.
£580 (limited run of 9) Please contact me to commission
This large fruit platter has been created from a single sheet of copper, pierced and manipulated to create this Stingray shape. A patina was applied to the underneath to create a contrast of finish and textures.
Can be made any size, please contact to discuss
Copper. Cupric Nitrate. 30cm x 30cm.
A new collection of understated simple silver jewellery. These well made pieces are an elegant and contemporary addition to your look, a daily staple. All items are solid silver and handmade by myself in Norfolk.
I have decided to keep this collection of jewellery as web/me exclusive so I can keep the prices down. Many people don’t realise that third parties, shops and galleries tend to take 40-60% of the retail price (and quite rightly, after all they are paying for the shop, the staff, the marketing, the overheads, the everything) however that does mean the price has to reflect that. So this new collection will only be available via my website, my social media and me in person so I can keep those prices nice and affordable.
Prices start at £20 per pair. Please visit the shop to purchase.
Brogue shoes are a traditional choice of footwear in England and a handmade pair can consist of 128 elements. This inspired me to use those elements as the starting point of my Browl project (Brogue Bowl). Using paper maquettes I would multiply the elements and piece together in different ways to create new 3D forms. Once I had a resolved design I tested it in metal to see how it translated into the new medium. I used my hands to manipulate the form on stakes to help achieve the shape. It is not immediately obvious to the viewer that the bowl has derived from an element of the brogue, so I added the detail of drilled holes as per a brogue pattern as a subtle hint to its origins.
This Browl has been in an exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum, received the accolade of Highly Commended in the Marshwood Arts Awards 2017. The copper predecessor was entered in to The Goldsmiths Craft and Design competition 2014/2015, and was chosen to be exhibited among the award winners at Goldsmiths Hall during March 2015
Sterling Silver. Hallmarked. Satin finish surface, polished edges.
65mm x 180mm x 180mm
£POA Contact to discuss
Copper. Platinol. 26cm diameter. 2015
The Brogue Dish
This two sided dish was inspired by the classic brogue. Pierced from a flat sheet of copper with holes drilled to represent the toe patterns seen on brogues, then manipulated to form this symmetric shape. Oxidised and scrubbed back to give the appearance of worn leather, like an old faithful pair of brogues.
Copper. Platinol. 30cm long. American Walnut base
Stylish and contemporary, this easy to wear collection is made from sterling silver with brass accents. The surface of the brass will change colour over time, becoming more like the moons surface and contrasting with the silver. Or it can be polished back to its shiny 'gold' appearance. Can also be made in a silver and gold version.
If you would like these earrings in a different length please get in touch.
Available to buy here
Photo credit: Claire Cleaver
This understated collection of silver jewellery is simple to wear, taking you from day through to night with contemporary elegance.
Each piece is handmade from sterling silver, and given an oxidised surface to contrast with the silver edges. While some items are in stock, if you would prefer a different length of earring, or necklace, please let me know. All items are hallmarked by the London Assay Office, and come in a giftbox.
Available to buy here.