AboutA recent graduate of The School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University, Daisy comes from a small village situated within the Peak District, Derbyshire.

The rolling hills with their soft curves and the expansive greenery that surrounds her home inspire Daisy’s collection of ‘Rural Rings’.
Motivated by her love of contrast and combination she uses a number of metal working processes; fold forming, etching and hammering techniques, creating fluid linear works which sit across the contours of the body as beautifully sculptural jewellery pieces within the bespoke range.

‘I enjoy the working relationship I have with metal, using the properties of the material to manipulate the surface texture and form, discovering what can be created from the initial sheet. I continue to look to ways in which I can develop my work both through visual inspiration from the ever changing contrasts of the world around me and via this exploration of different metal working processes.’

The collection ‘Fallen Leaves’ aims to capture the same natural elegance and linear fluidity of the larger bespoke pieces on a smaller, more accessible scale, making these pieces ideal for everyday wear.

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