She trained in London and has been designing and making jewellery in England and abroad for many years. She values simplicity of form and her aim is to make contemporary jewellery which will withstandthe passage of time. She is inspired by organic forms and works in a mix of silver with a touch of gold to create beautiful bracelets, brooches, necklaces and earings.
Our "Whitstable Oyster" jewellery, made on the premises at 84 High St. Whitstable, is named "Winks of Whitstable" after the winkles found on the groynes on Whitstable beach. Winks of Whitstable areavailable as small single sided or two sided shells or as a larger single sided shell and can be made and customised to order. Members of the National Association of Goldsmiths since 1912, still offering old-fashioned service in 2012.
Years ago I made a couple of actual-size replica Faberge-style eggs for private customers, and when the organisers of Miniature asked me to create something for their 50th anniversary I decided tomake my own first miniature Faberge-style egg in gold. All Faberge eggs contain a 'secret', and I came up with the idea of a dormouse coveting a diamond.
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