About the Jeweller


Sarah, sitting at her workbench, holding a hammer and laughing at something just out of frame


Sarah designs and makes contemporary, fine jewellery in gold and silver.

Sarah's jewellery is often minimalist in style, and is characterised by fine craftsmanship and a timeless aesthetic. She is particularly interested in hand-forging - an ancient technique in which metal is formed directly by hammer blows, creating shape, form, and surface pattern and texture.

Her work is painstakingly crafted by hand in her quiet studio in Nottinghamshire using traditional metalsmithing techniques and recycled precious metals. Sarah creates unique, deeply personal pieces which are subtle, quietly confident and designed to be worn everyday, either alone or layered with other jewellery.

Sarah began her arts training in Reading in 2003 and later graduated with her honours degree from the renowned Jewellery and Silversmithing department at Edinburgh College of Art in 2012. She lives in Nottinghamshire, UK, with her two sons.


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