Inspired handmade silver jewellery

What our customers are saying about our new workshops

"Thank you so much Aimi, we enjoyed every minute! You are so patient and we are so pleased with our jewellery."  Charli

"We had a fabulous time! Aimi is so lovely and patient, as well as explaining all the stages, which made it really interesting. We both absolutely love our rings." Carina

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  This week I have been feeling quite nostalgic! My eldest daughter has just completed her GCSE's and is looking forward to an exciting future, I on the other hand, have been looking back on my silversmithing journey! When I first started out, I was in the 'Office' with a load of clutter, a computer table and my workbench. I was then evicted (which was a blessing) into the conservatory.[...]

Fingerprint Jewellery Wishes 4 Kids interview on BBC Radio Leicester

Earlier in the summer I received a phone call from Ushma Mistry, a broadcaster from BBC Radio Leicester! I make fingerprint jewellery for the Leicestershire charity Wishes 4 Kids, the prints from terminally ill children are put onto the jewellery and given as a keepsake to the parents. A Wishes 4 Kids fundraiser had recently donated money to the charity and received a letter to say how the money had[...]

The Wedding – a personal touch!

Everyone loves a good wedding and the all exciting build up! In July I got married and obviously made the jewellery for my bridesmaids, a wedding ring for Andy and I and a few bits for myself.             As my bridesmaids are all specials stars and their dresses were pink, I opted for small star pendants with sparkly pink Swarovski beads. One for my daughters,[...]

A new workshop for 2017!

If you have seen me recently you would have noticed that I have been splattered in white paint! During the Christmas holidays a new workshop area has been constructed, so I have recently traded working with silver for working with a brush and roller! I wanted as much natural light as possible so an upcycled glazed door has been fitted and the original Victorian window has been pruned from plant[...]