Saturday, 2 April 2011

Happy Easter!


Check out these chicks! I love easter, it's my favourite time of year- the little lambs and fields of daffodils, the longer days and blooming greenery; that's my kind of paradise. So, there's loads of new spring time inspired pieces on their way, you might have to go on a hunt for some of them though! Now for this week's most interesting commissions...


This flower brooch began it's life as a battered chunky old silver bangle. The customer had had it since she was a teenager, but it had lost it's enamel center. I turned it inside out, soldered it into a circle and gave it a hammered finish, along with the added mixed flower detail. A new lease of life for this gem.




This quirky charm bracelet belongs to IOW Radio's Heather McCullam, I added another charm after she ordered  an oxidised silver vinyl record with initials, A.M.



Next up- A chunky stone ring, Silver with Tourmaline, Garnet and Gold. The piece is made up by two seperate rings that slot together.

Steephill Cove- Ruby Wedding gift


I made this landscape using oxidised silver and the 40th Anniversary stone, Rubies. The couple's favourite place on the Island is Steephill Cove (see image below).



Also this week, we've set up our Twitter page- so follow us for timely updates!


For your own bespoke piece or to simply view our latest collections, visit us at the boutique in Church St, Ventnor or for more information click here to view the Honeybourne Jewellery website.

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