Our Asymmetrical Jewellery now on exhibition at Cut the Mustard Gallery in Langholm.

Small asymmetrical earrings
Our stud drop asymmetrical earrings. Sterling silver, brass with beautiful opal triplet stones.
A large pendant from our Asymmetrical range of jewellery.

Our Asymmetrical range of jewellery has a new home and can now be found exhibited at the ‘Cut the Mustard Gallery’ in Langholm.

Cut the Mustard Gallery. Photo from sarahmyattglass

The gallery is run by Lisa Rothwell-Young who is a jeweller and her husband Barry Young, a photographer. An extensive range of their artwork can be seen in the gallery.

Kalimera ring
This beautiful ‘Kalimera ring’ is made by Lisa. Photo taken from http://mustardgallery.co.uk/

You can take a look at Barry’s wonderful photographs on his website, here.

Hopefully the residents of Langholme and all those passing through, on the A7 from Carlisle to Edinburgh, will take a shine to our Asymmetrical jewellery range.


Happy Easter everyone

We have found some amazing Easter eggs this year. We couldn’t resist eating some already!

A beautiful display of mini eggs from Aldi, each colour is different kind of chocolate. Very yummy and half finished already.
Aldi mini Easter egg selection.
The rainbow colours remind us of our jewellery. Good enough to eat,

What can we say about the Easter eggs from Marks and Spencer except “WOW”

A lovely little Easter egg with gold embellishment from Marks and Spencer.

Perhaps they were inspired by us?

Our 24ct gold square earrings
This amazing Easter egg is a beautifully crafted work of art from Marks and Spencer. Who could bear to eat it?
One of our favourites, another astonishing work of art. A Marks and Spencer Easter egg.

Could they have been inspired by the wonderful, late, Howard Hodgkin? One of Dawn’s favourite painters.

Howard Hodgkin Fruit. sourced from https://howard-hodgkin.com/artwork/fruit


A wonderful, golden lattice Easter egg by Marks and Spencer.

We hope that you have a choctastic Easter.

We love this print, “Daydreamer”…. by Helen D. Moore.

Daydreamer by Helen D. Moore
Daydreamer by Helen D. Moore

We love this print as it looks so much like Rosie,our Jack Russell Terrier,  she even has the same pink belly.

Rosie our Jack Russell Terrier
Rosie our Jack Russell Terrier
Rosie, flower power
Rosie, flower power.

When we met Helen at a craft fair that we were both exhibiting at, we were very pleased to find that she was a fan of our work and that she already owned some of our jewellery. We fell in love with the “Daydreamer” print, along with a number of others that Helen was exhibiting. At the end of the show we were all very happy to exchange some work. John and I gained a couple of lovely prints and Helen took home some new earrings, a win, win situation.

You can find more of Helen’s wonderful prints at www.helendmoore.co.uk 

A few more of Helen’s prints.

A print by Helen D. Moore
Print by Helen D. Moore
Print by Helen D. Moore