With me always…


Sometimes a project requires a bit of research, collaboration and a whole lot of skills you never thought you’d need at a jeweller’s bench!

It is not really a big surprise that Francesca had a hard time finding a goldsmith to take on her very special project. She was looking to commission Continue reading “With me always…”

Midnight Snow is “IT”


I’m delighted to kick off 2018 with Midnight Snow featuring in Image Magazine’s Jan/Feb edition.

Image likes Midnight Snow because it’s right on trend with the mood on Milan’s runways this season. I love this one-off piece for its luscious materials and timeless design.  Continue reading “Midnight Snow is “IT””

“Glimmer and Gleam” photo editiorial Irish Tatler 08/2107


It’s awesome to be featured in Irish Tatler’s Aug’17 photo editorial, which they’ve titled “Glimmer and Gleam”. Continue reading ““Glimmer and Gleam” photo editiorial Irish Tatler 08/2107″

Featured in Totally Dublin


So fun to be featured in Totally Dublin’s article on DesignYard, alongside the talented Ella Green and Loinnir Jewellery! Read the excerpt below or click here to check out the full article http://www.totallydublin.ie/more/fashion/exposing-the-enclosure-the-design-yard/

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Introducing Aurelia

Taking a page from late ancient Roman jewellery, the Aurelia collection showcases strong yet simple pieces, characterized by geometric shapes and prominent use of gems.

The necklaces are a case in point: elegant in its simplicity the gemstone bead sits right in the hollow of your neck on a fine 9 karat yellow gold curb chain. These delicate pieces are great for layering with other jewellery.  Continue reading “Introducing Aurelia”

9k yellow gold oval bangle bead set with diamonds reclaimed from customers old jewellery

Let’s create some new memories

Open your jewellery box(es) and take a stroll down memory lane, remembering where you picked up a particular piece, the special occasion it marks or the person who gave it to you.

You’ll likely find some broken jewellery, single earrings and sentimental pieces you’re unlikely to wear again. Why not recycle these bits and pieces into something exciting and new, creating new memories and a piece you’ll love to wear? Continue reading “Let’s create some new memories”

Last piece for 2016

Ending 2016 on a good note.

Although lots of thought went into the details of this commission, the go ahead came in quite close to the due date. Never shy of a challenge, I am delighted this one came together so well and on time. My last piece for 2016, gone to a lovely lass.

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Something old…or is it new?

Do you have jewellery that has sentimental value, but which you never wear?  We can rework your gold into bespoke pieces of jewellery designed specially for you, unlocking the value of those precious metals while retaining the irreplaceable memories.

Or maybe your jewellery box is littered with broken chains, single earrings, and pieces that seemed like a good idea at the time but are now frightfully out of fashion.  Continue reading “Something old…or is it new?”


We’ve been really focused on acquiring some new skills over the last months, but there are good things happening on the commercial side too.

DesignYard, Dublin’s best-known contemporary jewellery gallery, has started to carry our collection, with a number of pieces on show in the store.

And it’s selling nicely. Get in there to see what’s still on display. The next batch mightn’t get to the store for a couple of months!

Crown Jewels

Recently, and for the second time, we had a special private viewing of the British Crown Jewels. It’s quite a privilege.

For those of you that haven’t heard of them – which should be very few  – they’re a unique collection of pieces gathered by fair means and foul over the centuries.

While they’re very different from anything that you’re likely to see worn outside the heavily guarded precincts of a state event, they do allow you to see what’s possible given almost unlimited funds. In fact, the limitation on some of the crowns is that they’re uncomfortably heavy to wear.

Though we do like to make statement pieces, we prefer you wear them casually and comfortably.






Mind you, if you have the budget and a strong neck we can surely come up with something!