Hi, This is Lucy! Welcome to my page. Unfortunately most of the jewellery on here is already sold or was ordered as a commission but hopefully you will still appreciate the pictures and details about the pieces. If you would like to commission a piece yourself, please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or if you would like to know anything about the pieces or talk about learning to make jewellery, please send an email to email@example.com new classes will start in November. Please check our class schedule by clicking "The Academy" tab.
Tourmalinated quartz cocktail ring
This actually is mine. It's a beautiful tourmalinated quartz that I picked up on 47th street New York, set with black diamonds. I adore this piece and wear it all the time. As one of the first pieces of jewellery I made for myself, I will keep this forever! It was a particular challenge to make so early on in my career, as the black diamonds are set in the exceptionally heavy bezel which holds the tourmalinated quartz in place.
Opal Earrings with tanzanite and blue and white diamonds
Made as one of my final projects for my BA at Birmingham City University, these earrings are a story in themselves The Opals were purchased from a trip to Lightning Ridge, Australia where a good friend of mine took me to experience opal mining first hand (actually the same good friend who I made the Padparadscha ring for above). We had an amazing time, and besides buying these beauties, I really did get to dig for opals!
Kellie G Earrings
These stunning rose-cut green sapphires were picked up on a Bangkok trip last year. Actually it was a flying visit to one of my favourite vendors in between getting my Crossfit certification - but that's another story! Made from an 18 carat gold bezel surrounding the sapphires to accentuate their earthy green colour, with a textured sterling silver border. Sorry but they're not currently available for sale as these lovelies are on their way to an equally lovely person over in Seattle WA. Thank you for the commission Kel!
Created for my wonderful friend, this pendant was a pleasure to make. Set with Australian opal together with black, blue and white diamonds in 18 carat gold and sterling silver, I enjoyed every single hour of designing and making this - apart from perhaps setting the opal..... those bad boys are fragile, temperamental little monsters! Thank you Sara-Jane, for the commission! Always a pleasure to work with you.
Black diamond ring with rough diamond cubes
Another project made very early on during my BA, where my one ambition at the time seemed to be to piss off my teachers....... oh how the tables have turned! This one was supposed to be part of a press forming project, but I decided I wanted to make massive cocktail rings instead. Oh how I would love to go back to university as a student again! Still I think it was a visually interesting piece - if not a little impractical!
Jen's Ruby Ring
Jen bought me in this gorgeous purplish red ruby that she had purchased in Myanmar - and literally said design me a cocktail ring..... the ruby, as is often the case with rubies, wasn't cut particularly well and looked a little wonky unset - so we decided to go for the organic look - which is totally Jen anyway! I tried out a lot of new things on this ring as Jen was 100% trusting in my ideas. I am in love with the hammer textured bezel settings and the pave, in fact I just love the ring so much that I'm making a collection!
Padparadscha, platinum and diamond ring
Commissioned with a sapphire owned by a dear friend for his beautiful fiancee, this ring and the matching wedding band was a joy to make. The best part was getting to look at the beautiful Padparadscha sapphire every day I worked on this project, but working in platinum is always a pleasure because of its density and ability to take a very crisp finish. The azures on this piece are beautiful, if I do say so myself.
Ethiopian opal pendant with blue and white diamonds
This pendant is a fusion of traditional techniques with technology at the forefront of the jewellery world! A pleasure to make, the pendant is handmade except for the 18 carat gold lattice design which was created using 3D printing technology. The blackened silver surround was hand forged and set with diamonds accents. Surrounded by black and blue diamonds, the exceptional quality Ethiopian opal was personally sourced from Bangkok - sometimes I love my job!
Always happy to work with my customers....
Commissioned pieces are always welcome! It's a pleasure to create something truly unique that is in tune with a person's style and personality, knowing that they will treasure and love wearing the final piece. Because of the amount of design time that goes into creating a custom piece of jewellery, we can't unfortunately take on commissioned work below RM2500
Please note that I do have a specific style (as you will hopefully have noticed), so please expect the work to be in a similar style to which you see here . All work is handmade to very high standards and not mass produced in a factory (pease bear that in mind if you think custom made will be cheaper than mass-produced ) We are always happy to explain what makes our jewellery special though, so dont feel shy and ask us!
If you are interested in commissioning a piece, please feel free to drop by our Bangsar workshop, where you can peruse our large selection of gemstones over coffee and cookies.