Small Bunting studs in silver. Ear scroll in silver. Polished finish.

Measurement each stud 10mm x 10mm.

Bunting studs

  • Due to the handcrafted nature of my work, pieces may vary slightly to those shown in photographs.

    All measurements are approximate.

  • We will exchange or refund any item you are not happy with as long as the goods are returned in original condition within seven days of receipt.

    The customer is responsible for return delivery costs. If you return an item please ask for proof of postage from your post office. Delivery charge and return postage will only be refunded if the item is faulty. We suggest goods are returned by registered post as we cannot refund items broken or lost during return transit. If an item is damaged, or not as ordered, please inform us within 24 hours of delivery to arrange a replacement or refund.



I started making silver jewellery in the 1990’s whilst still exhibiting and selling my print work. I worked mainly with intaglio print techniques & liked to make bookworks too.

Etching involves drawing onto the surface of metal & using acid to embed the drawing into it. I always loved the effects the process would have on the zinc & gradually my interest in working with the metal alone took over & I began to explore jewellery techniques at an evening class.

I use silver to make my jewellery & I manipulate shape & decorate the surface with punches, shears, saw & files. I oxidise much of my silver work, and then rub the pieces down in order to bring out the surface marks – a similar way in which a printing plate is prepared with ink before going through the press.


I have explored a number of different themes and currently garden birds play a big part in my collection. My work is predominantly figurative and I get my ideas from observing & drawing in my garden. Each piece becomes quite individual & I think my birds have personality & expression.




I have been exploring larger 3d pieces for about 4 years now, I see these as an extension & a combination of my jewellery & print techniques. I began with birds & hens as a main theme, but now include a range of animals, boats, trees and new wall pieces. I like to play around with scale in my work, just like you would see in a dolls house with different sized furniture & huge doll occupants.

So my gull on a row boat is far too big and birds in trees are rather massive.


They combine base metals, copper & brass, with wood and allow me to use colour in my work.

I hand texture the metal using the rolling mill & by hammering, I have a variety of punches to draw with on the metal surface & I file the shapes around the edges. The metal parts are soldered together & then taken through an oxidisation process mentioned above.


Some of my pieces have integral wooden parts now, especially the boats & trees. So I spend equal amount of time sawing & sanding down wooden pieces. I use layer upon layer of paint to build up the coloured surface so it looks aged & worn.


The birds & animals are presented on a wooden framework, a plinth or peeping out of their own houses.

Boats have a small section of “ sea “ & trees sit on a block of “land.”

Like my jewellery, each piece is made by hand and has individual decoration & personality.