Launch of Limited Edition 100

I’m delighted to announce that I’m launching the Limited Edition 100 Collection for the start of 2021. I’ll be adding pieces slowly as I make them and every piece will be one of only one hundred.

The original, which I will keep, will be number 1. Subsequent pieces, which due to the nature of casting, hand finishing and polishing will be slightly different to one another, will then be numbered from 2 onwards.

No1. Organic Wave Necklace

The first piece in this collection is Organic Wave Necklace. It reminds me of the waves along the shoreline where I found it. Hence the name. Cast in 925 Sterling Silver from a real piece of shell, which you can see in the photograph, this piece was cast in 2020. Found on the shoreline in Mid Wales, the casting has captured all the beauty of the folds and layers of the original shell, to create a stunning piece of precious jewellery.

So, what is Limited Edition 100?

Pieces are chosen to be included in the Limited Edition 100 Collection because they are organic, wild and beautiful to own. Whether you choose to wear one of these pieces or display it as something of beauty, that’s your choice. The quality of these pieces is exquisite.

A sneak peek of one or two Limited Edition 100 pieces can be seen in this photo!

Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.

William Morris

Each piece is hallmarked at Goldsmiths’s Company Assay Office in London and will include a numbered card, so customers know which number in the Limited Edition 100 they have bought. And, of course, they’re highly collectable.

Charity Donation of 2% to WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation

As part of my growing commitment to being an Eco-friendly Jewellery Business, 2% of sales from the Limited Edition 100 will also go to WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, along with pieces in the Signature Collection. WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. You can read more about it right here.

Photo credit © WDC/Rob Lott

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