Thoughtfully designed Silver and Gold handmade jewellery. Victoria's designs are elegant, symbolic and meaningful. Inspired by the natural world, from coastal shores to the mystical starry night. Each design holds its own meaning and has a story to tell, whether it be a wave pendant to symbolise your love of the sea or a birthstone ring to symbolise your loved ones or chapters in your life.
Each piece is handmade by Victoria in her studio on the sunny Island of Jersey. In 2018 Victoria won a award from Theo Paphitis (dragon den) by entering his Small business competition and got to meet him in the UK to receive her award.
Describe your image
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Creating meaningful jewellery is something I love, as it holds a beautiful story that only you carry within yourself. I believe that jewellery is more then just a fashion statement but more about how it makes you feel when you wear it. I remember being fascinated as a child looking at my mums vintage charm bracelet. Each charm had a meaning, some would open or move. This inspires me to create jewellery pieces that tell your story.
Living on a Island and being surrounded by the sea, I cant help but take inspiration from all its beauty. From watching the sun glistening on the waves or gazing up to the starry night sky.
When I'm not gazing up at the sky, I'm often searching for sparkly gemstones that I can use in my designs and add to my collection.
I'm always looking for ways to make my business more eco-friendly and help the environment by using recycled Silver and Gold, packaging and planting a tree with every order.
It all began when I went travelling around the world with my husband in 2010 and I saw some beautiful handmade jewellery on my travels and I I brought a simple jewellery making kit from the bead shop and made my first piece of jewellery in a (flower power) camper that we was traveling around in. My passion to make jewellery took over from that point onwards.
I decided to do a Jewellery course at the Jewellery London School in 2011. I've been making jewellery for 13 years now but I'm always learning new skills.