In loving memory of our Dear Matthew. This was an intensely personal project for me (Matthew was my Sweetheart for just over one, very joyful year). This key chain was commissioned by the family of his ‘Work Brother’. They worked together as scenic carpenters in the film industry for several years. They were an accomplished … Continue reading In loving memory…
A 40th Birthday present for a wonderful Wife and Mother. He is from Canada, She from Scotland. He commissioned this silver pendant, to represent their combined heritage, as well as their two Sons, which are represented as two Canadian Geese. This piece, also quotes the celtic knot and the “another step on the journey”, from … Continue reading Happy Birthday!
This teeny-tiny wax carving (about the size of a dime, 1.8cm tall), is small enough to be held on the tip of my finger. His Mom asked me to carve a likeness of her special Little One, as a Christmas present to herself. It is cast in rose gold. Continue reading “Golden Boy”
Commissioned by two of five Sisters, each, along with their parents – a Star in the Big Dipper. When the key chains are united, two additional stars are created. I designed and carved this sterling silver key chain (given as Christmas gifts) for each Sister to carry with them always; the love of family close. Continue reading Big Dipper, five Sisters
This one is all for me! As a child, Artist, and a general wide-eyed traveler – I have lived in a lot of places all over the globe. In this bangle design, I have managed to fit in the most important/meaningful places that I have lived (spanning four countries). There are 11 Homes, and 4 … Continue reading Places I’ve Lived
This is the project that inspired the concept for Charmed & Cherished. It is a project and purpose that is very near and dear to my heart. My brand new lovely niece, Stella, was born in August 2012. Her Dad, my Brother, commissioned me to make a charm every year. This charm marks the most … Continue reading Happy Birthday! Annual Charm
This Client wanted a pendant, so that she could keep her ‘best-four-legged-friend’ close to her always. She provided this picture. My friend (and fantastic jeweller) Zsolt at http://zsoltszekely.com/ turned a small piece of wax into a dome-shape on his lathe. I then scaled the paw image down, and carved this specific pooches paw into the … Continue reading Paw