Welcome to my website. I am a jeweller who makes one-off nature- and craft- inspired work in fine silver and takes tiny found objects and vintage lockets and makes them into modern, wearable jewellery.
My garden-based studio and jewellery were featured in the July edition of Country Living Magazine 2012. You can read more about this here.
Emma is the loveliest jeweller ever, and the most gentle, wise, kind, intelligent, joyful teacher. I don't know when I've enjoyed a morning more than the one in her company with a tiny wodge of precious silver clay and a large bit of cake.
Emma Freud, 2012
If you would like to learn how to make silver clay charms and pendants as Emma did, then you can book a place on one of my silver clay workshops, held at my cottage in Cambridgeshire. You can read more testimonials from my workshops here.
Please visit my etsy shop if you're interested in buying a piece.
I write about family life, my garden and the inspiration behind my jewellery on my blog, silverpebble.
If you'd like to see my work in person then click on my events page. It would be lovely to meet you!