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Busy in the Studio

Well, I’m working away on pieces for A Taste of Summer, measuring up driftwood to turn it into spoon handles and planning jewellery. That all sounds incredibly technical until you come to realise just how I size up my spoons:

Yes, that is a cut up post-it. But it’s also an insight into the creative practice of the working Jeweller. Honest. Anyway, the method works for me. I’ll be silver shopping soon to get production properly under way … in other news. There’s some more Flotsam jewellery being made:

and I’ve had some time to work on some new ideas. I set out to make a brooch today – which ended up as a pendant, thus showing the serendipitous and random nature of the average design process.

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