We are a Mother and daughter who are Jewellery Designer Makers working with recycled Silver. Bronze and Copper plus a liberal sprinkling of Gemstones. Being based in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland we take our inspiration from the nature that surrounds us. We are completely self taught and now have over 6 years worth of experience in making our own designs. Everything we make is a unique (and usually one of a kind) design and we pride ourselves on a price range that is very affordable. We like to think it's Designer Jewellery for Everyone!
I'm Mandy and I make Pure Silver jewellery using Pure Silver Clay. I hand sketch my designs and then replicate that design onto the Pure Silver Clay once it has been rolled out. I then cut out the design and it is left to dry overnight, sometimes longer depending on the thickness of the piece. Once dried, it is finished by filing and sanding and then it is fired using a Blow Torch. Once it's fired, it is then wired brushed and various polishing techniques are used to get a final high sheen finish. I take custom orders as well as design my own beautiful pieces.
The Bonnie Vintage Shop is an independent, female owned online jewellery shop. We specialise in sourcing one of a kind, genuine vintage and antique gold jewellery. We love to treasure hunt and we hope you will enjoy browsing our latest vintage finds.
Dainty and nature inspired jewellery, handmade in Sterling Silver and Copper. Contemporary and minimalist, and everything from dinosaurs to boobs. Beautiful packaging ready for gifting, letterbox friendly, and a tree planted with every order.
LondonGem is the home of beautiful jewellery - from a range of gemstone jewellery, personalised sterling silver jewellery, bridal jewellery and bridesmaids gifts, pearl jewellery to many unique pieces. Custom orders are welcome, get in touch to have something created just for you. Beautiful jewellery, made in London with love.
I handmake unique jewellery and leather accessories such as bags and purses and also restore Vintage jewellery. All my materials are recycled and surplus come from mainly house clearances and bundles destined for landfills. I also get all my fabrics and haberdashery from charity and thrift shops. All jewellery that I buy from whichever source is broken down to individual tiny components, cleaned up and then I let the imagination free with completely unique designs. I very rarely make more than one of each, as my materials dictate that, so each item is truly one of a kind. I currently sell through my own website and draw customers from my Facebook and Instagram accounts as well a attending many regular local market events.