An extensive range of silver, gemstone and costume jewellery sourced from around the world including UK artisan jewellers.
Faceted green onyx gemstone set in sterling silver. Green onyx is associated with physical healing due to its connection with the heart chakra. It helps to develop your public speaking ability, creativity and encourages you to express your feelings and thoughts. It's believed to provide a positive feeling, strong mental support and helps you to take wise decisions during difficult times.
Stone measures 0.8cms
Ring Size UK M/N
The scoria or slag shard in these earrings was discovered by the Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire. Slag is a glass like by-product left over after iron has been separated from its raw ore.
The pieces are set into hammered sterling silver rectangles. The drop measures 3cms approx.
The scoria or slag shard in this necklace was discovered by the Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire. Slag is a glass like by-product left over after iron has been separated from its raw ore.
The shard is set into hammered sterling silver. With the extender the necklace measures approx 21ins and finished with a green tourmaline bead on the extender.
The pottery shards used in these earrings were found in Ludlow, by the castle. Despite their location the shard had a makers mark - it was made by Churchill and is a copy of a well-known Burleigh pattern from Stoke On Trent, called Calico.
The shard depicts a flower that makes up the main part of the chinz pattern, secured on a long sterling silver hook. The drop measures approx 45mm and the shard is 16mm.
The pottery shard in this ring was a found on the public footpath surrounding Ludlow Castle, and is a shard of the famous Willow pattern.
To boost sales, a romantic fable was invented based on the design about the daughter of a wealthy Mandarin falling in love with her fathers accountant and choosing love over fortune!
The shard measures approx 12 x 15mm, and is set in recycled sterling silver with a textured hammered band. The ring measures a UK S.
The pottery shard featured in these long drop earrings was found on the public footpath surrounding Ludlow castle, and features the well-known Willow pattern. Given the size of the pattern it likely came from a larger piece such as a vase.
The shards are attached to sterling silver hook clasps, the drop measures 45mm and the shards 16mm.
The pottery shards featured in these earrings were originally used to serve cakes in Jackfield, Ironbridge. The glaze was hand-painted & made-up the border of the plate. It was made by Royal Albert and comes from their Louvain pattern.
Each earring is finished with a faceted black onyx gemstone, ands is secured with a sterling silver hook clasp.
The drop measures approx 32mm
The pottery shard featured in this necklace was found on the public footpath surrounding Ludlow castle, and the black & white design comes from the edge of a plate or platter and features flowers & leaves.
A faceted black onyx gemstone connects the shard to the necklace with an additional bead on the extender to finish.
Including the extender the necklace measures 19inches / the onyx measures 1.5 cms (approx)
The pottery shard featured in this necklace was found on the public footpath surrounding Ludlow castle, and comes from the edge of a plate or platter.
Set with a Turquoise Amazonite gemstone, and finished with a smoky grey quartz on the extender.
Including the extender the necklace measures 25inches / Amazonite measures 3 x 1 cms (approx)
The shard in these earrings came from a broken plate found in Ludlow, by a market seller who passed the plate onto Lynn to work with.
The Art Nouveau pattern is called Flora and was made by Creil Montereau in the late 19th century.
The shards are set into recycled sterling silver and measure 10mm.
The pottery shards featured in these cufflinks were found in Jackfield, Ironbridge near the Maws craft centre. These crackled light winter grey and white shards were once a tile made at what was the Maws Tile Factory, and are set in sterling silver.
They measure 18mm across.