A creator, mess maker, mummy, fresh air lover, and a big chocolate fan,
with a passion to design and gift you beautiful pieces of porcelain jewellery!

MY ''aha'' moment

Whilst trying to be superwomen I became exhausted and run-down. I made a big life decision to say ‘NO’ and quit my office job, to concentrate on my family and happiness. Having kids changed my perspective on life. I wanted my work to fulfil me.

I previously believed being creative wouldn't pay the bills, so followed a different path into a geography degree. But my lifelong creative passion kept fighting through. I knew I had to follow my dream. I decided to face my fears and set up my own studio.

'I've played with clay since pre-school'

It is something that has always intrigued me, made me happy. It's mucky, muddy, squishy. I can get lost in the process of designing and making, when I look up, hopefully I've created something beautiful and unique.

Porcelain is the king of all clays, with its snow-white translucent quality, it just screams beauty and elegance. It looks delicate, but once kiln fired, it has a hardness and toughness like stone. I'm self-taught, so have many quirks to my making, but I see this as a positive. Its tricky to work with, but it pays off!


I concentrate on keeping my pieces feather light and comfortable. I want my jewellery to be loved and reached for every day. I only use 100% recycled solid silver, because no-one wants irritated skin. I also focus on quality and longevity. I want my jewellery to last a lifetime and be fought over in the inheritance!


I take all my inspiration from everything around me, especially nature, whether it's looking in spring hedgerows, splashing in rivers with my kids or getting sandy toes. I owe so much to the Cornish countryside where my studio is based.

Therefore, I want to make sure all my decisions are as sustainable as possible. I want to uphold my beliefs from my geography degree, so let’s save the world together, one plastic free cotton jewellery pouch at a time!


I have a favourite sentimental piece of jewellery I bought myself when expecting my second child, it is something I wear daily, something I play with for comfort and security, something that makes me feel a bit more dressed (even with the baby drool t-shirt).

I hope to create pieces like this for others (and myself!). I won't stop until the queen is sporting one!

come take a look!