For anyone new to the website, I moved from London to Stroud last September, so I am in limbo with my jewellery for a few months as most of my stock is in storage,  while waiting for a new ECO house that we're building to be ready.

At last the new house is progressing in leaps and bounds. It's fascinating to watch and admire the brilliant skill of all the work being done. The electrician, the plumbers, the joiners etc. We are learning so much about building!

We are hoping that by July/August we will be moving in. Then we have the fun of unpacking! I will have a wonderful workroom/ studio and am really excited at the prospect of seeing all my lovely bits of silver and beads after so long!

in the meantime I continue to create what I can with a diminished stock, So please bear with me and hopefully I'll be fully functioning by the Autumn. The website is still open and I can make up bespoke pieces.........

thank you all for your continued support

For the last 30 years I have been buying silver, some old, some new. From souks in Oman, sitting on a dusty floor and excitedly sifting through piles of old silver tipped out of sacks, to a tiny workshop at the top of some ancient stone steps in the Khan El Khalil in Cairo. To me, silver is more beautiful than gold, so soft to feel and easy to wear. Yes, you have to polish it, but the joy of transforming a dirty tarnished piece of silver to me is magical!

Most of the bracelets I have made up with all sorts of exciting beads, some old trading beads, others new, mixed with various silver beads, again some old, some new. The silver bangles/bands are almost all old Bedouin bracelets from Egypt, Oman, Ethiopia, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan.

  • Zuwaina

  • Shanti

  • Safia

  • Antiope

  • Persephone

  • Halima

  • Yusra

  • garnet

  • Terpsichore

  • Anubis

  • Saffiyah

  • Khasab

  • Habibi

  • Maya

  • mali

  • Sofia


Over the years I have collected a number of very old, beautiful, hand-made silver bracelets, from Egypt, the Arabian peninsula and Asia; most of these lovely old designs are now increasingly hard to find. A few of these are now for sale in the bracelet section.