Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Bespoke Bridal Jewellery

Thousands of couples will be walking down the isle in Britain this Summer and with all eyes on the bride,  the right accessories are a must! This year we have a gorgeous collection of bespoke jewellery for both the traditional and the contemporary bride. There are matching earrings or bracelets to compliment each of the necklaces below. To see the full collection by each designer, please click on the image to be taken directly to our website.

Sarah Anderson- Byzantine Sterling Silver Chainmail Necklace with Heart

Angie Young- Sterling Silver Triple Chain Necklace with Hearts and Black Pearls

Lianne McCurrach- 'Something Blue' Sterling Silver and Handmixed Resin Botanical Necklet

Karen Thomas- Freshwater Pearls and Sterling Silver Shells Necklace with Shell Back Pendant

Aldona Juska- Sterling Silver Thistle Pendant with Swarovski Crystals

Let them bring gifts….

We also have a Wedding Gift Registration Service available, where we will set up your own section on our website for your family and friends to purchase the gifts through Paypal. You can ask your guests to jointly pay towards a painting to celebrate your marriage, or even select a number of items you would like bought individually. There is a large range artwork is available through this service, including glassware, handmade clocks, original paintings, ceramics and much more.

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Beautiful Tealights by Joia Glass

Joia Glass are a husband and wife team who are developing their own unique style of glass art influenced by their love of natural forms. This month they have created some beautiful new tea lights, full of vibrant colours and textures.

Joy and Peter Cole try to use as much recycled glass as possible and they create these surprisingly sturdy glass sculptures from their workshop using precision and care. Their aim is to make beautifully hand crafted products, which will be cherished forever. 

The name Joia Glass comes from Joy’s nickname from her country of birth, Brazil. Joia is the Portuguese name for jewel, and for Joy and Peter, it represents the glass they enjoy making – colourful, light catching, many facetted and precious.