Keum-boo is the ancient Korean technique of fusing gold to silver, which I use a lot in my work. I cut shards of 24 carat gold foil and place them onto the silver, which is laid on a hot hot plate. I then rub over the gold with an agate burnisher. The combination of heat and pressure causes an electron to be exchanged between the two metals resulting in a permanent bond! What magic is this science! ✨✨✨
📷 By @goldsmithsfair when they came to visit my studio back in May.
One of our faves from the latest Thea Collection - Mini Luna Earrings! Featuring a half moon shape and delicate chain intertwining our signature a two-tone metals. They look beautiful paired with our spotlight studs!
Today is the last day of our pop up store in Covent Garden in collaboration with @gowherewolf_uk, feat. @faraboutique and many other beautiful brands 💫⠀
Stop by before close this evening at midnight!
Image by: @sarka_jakoub⠀
One for the #antiquebrooch lover 😍 The top seed pearl crescent brooch is already on the website and the lower two are coming soon. The middle Edwardian brooch features a beautiful rhodolite garnet with little seed pearl accents. The bottom Art Nouveau brooch has natural zircon gemstones - & just to add I adore this one as I'm an Art Nouveau enthusiast & love natural zircon gems of this colour! Which one is your favourite?...
Signet rings hot off the press! Available in 2 styles, the Grand and Petite. (We’ve got more photos for your viewing pleasure on the way 😘)
The Grand is classic, with a bold and streamlined design. The Petite is still bold, but lighter and more adaptable.
Both styles are heirloom quality, made in recycled 14k gold, and include complementary hand engraving.
The only question left is: go for the classic signet stamp engraving or a smooth & simple monogram? 🤔