handcrafted jewellery and illustration

Nature-inspired illustrations and thoughtfully sourced gemstone jewellery
in sterling silver, jeweller's brass, and 14k gold.

necklaces & pendants

necklaces & pendants

Handmade gemstone necklaces and one-of-a-kind gemstone pendants in sterling silver, jeweller's brass,... 

eco-friendly everyday jewellery

  • long-lasting metals

    Gold is often out of price-range for many jewellery lovers. Instead of offering disposable plated gold, I work with long-lasting 14k gold-filled metal and high-quality jeweller's brass.

  • conscious sourcing

    I purchase gemstones from small-scale independent lapidary artists or larger stones dealers with solid ethical standards and transparent sourcing. I use recycled metals where feasible.

  • custom designs

    I'm happy to take on custom designs, and do not charge a fee for simple requests such as stacking rings or a plain gemstone pendant. Send a message via the contact form and let's design together!

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  • Onyx

    Onyx is a form of chalcedony most commonly made up of bands of colour, including black. To some, it symbolizes strength and determination.

  • small white moonstones in teardrop and marquis shapes. Some flash blue where the light hits them.


    Moonstone is a feldspar mineral with a variety of colours including white, peach, grey, and "rainbow," with it's irridescent shimmer. That flash is called adularescence.

  • Labradorite

    Labradorite is a feldspar mineral that flashes peacock blue when the light hits just right. Found globally, this iridescent stone was first classified in Labrador, Canada.

  • Lapis Lazuli

    Lapis Lazuli has a long connection with creativity- traditionally, it was ground up to make ultramarine, the most expensive blue pigment, used by artists such a Titian and Vermeer.