Jewellery for Museums
To say my job has been both varied and a privilege is a bit of an understatement and I have been lucky enough to work with some of the most prestigious museums and heritage sites in the world. I have designed delicate flowery jewellery inspired by a candlestick in Buckingham Palace, jewellery inspired by the Hull of the Mary Rose, a vintage railway engine in the Railway Museum, a Scythian panther in the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. Elephants for Highgrove, flowers for the RHS, sunflowers for the Van Gogh Museum, masks for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Jewellery inspired by tutus for the Royal Opera House, Lilies for Versailles, Cheapside Hoard inspired jewellery for the Museum of London, the list goes on. There is something very magical about walking round the museums in the quiet before they are open in the company of curators and retail directors whose love for the treasures around them is palpable.