In January I went into my local Auction House ‘ Boningtons ‘
I know them well and they always have amazing items for sale. I was approached by a handsome young man who works there ( his friends call him Nobby! ) who was admiring the pieces I was wearing.
Actually I have known Nobby for some time and he knows I make jewellery. His knowledge of antiques and collectables is amazing. To my surprise he asked me if I would put some of my special pieces in their Fine Arts and Antique Auction on the 22nd February.
How could I refuse? Have a look and tell me what you think:
An example of my statement piece, which is a twisted cuff in Sterling Silver and Gold. I am currently developing a new range based on this design. No. 210
A highly detailed Solid Silver Gekko pendant. No. 211
A Silver organic pendant designed in the form of a Yoni from the Goddess Shakti in Hinduism. The pendant incorporates specimen Quartz and Labradorite which are thought to be spiritually energizing. No. 212
A Silver, Pearl and Opal necklace inspired by Japanese Tori gates found at Shinto Shrines. The gate separates our world from the spirit world. No. 213
I feel truly honoured by this….. Thank you Nobby.