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  • 18 carat gilded 9 carat gold and Ruby Salamander brooch


    16th century AD. The gold original, set with rubies was recovered from the wreck of the Girona. It was regarded as a charm against fire. Ulster Museum, Belfast. Length 40mm. This brooch has  Rubies specially cut by our lapidary to match the original piece. It is possible to have this item changed to a pendant…

  • 18 carat gold Darnley Ring


    16th century ring. Sometimes known as the Darnley Ring. It is engraved with the initials ‘MH’ and true lover’s knot. The gold original was thought to be the betrothal ring of Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley, because the engraving inside shows a crowned shield of arms, a lion rampant and ‘Henri Darnley 1565’….

  • Augustus Pugin inspired Gold and Gemstone cross


    A yellow gold pendant cross inspired by the designs of Augustus Pugin. The Gemstones include Diamonds, Rubies and Opal. It is suspended on an 18″ diamond-cut Curb chain. This is a complete one-off from my Studio and will never be repeated. It measures 44 mm x 26 mm.

  • Gilded silver and Garnet Torc necklace


    I designed and made this gold plated Sterling Silver and Garnet Torc necklace based on the amazing Bronze Age Irish gold torcs in the National Museum of Ireland. Frankly, the craftsmen at that time were far superior in Goldsmithing skills than we are today. My version measures 21 cm across x 18 cm front to…

  • Mediaeval style bangle


    I designed and made this Mediaeval style bangle/armlet from bronze and brass, set with 16 mm diameter Cabochon faux Garnets. It weighs 262 grams and measures 90 mm at its widest, internal measurements 75 mm x 65 mm and 60 mm wide where the stones are set and 40 mm wide at the back where…