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Barnacle Collection

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  Inspired by the way barnacles group together on rocky shorelines, I have been working on a new range of jewellery.  Using recycled silver and copper from my workshop, these are a softer version of acorn barnacles.  Barnacles are often … Continued

New stockist & 2020 news

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Well, 2020 has been something else hasn’t it!  Here’s a little bit about how Porth Jewellery has adapted to these times … Stockist     Photography If you can’t make it to Falmouth, my work is often photographed from various … Continued

Wedding vibes

I was thrilled to receive an email via the website from a bride-to-be back in May asking whether I could make jewellery for her bridal party to be worn on her wedding day.  Obviously the answer was yes! All of … Continued

Seaglass colours and origins

Seaglass colours and origins Blue’s Blue glass is always a treasured find as it is less common.  It was used almost exclusively to package medicinal products that were poisonous!  Anything in a blue bottle was not to be drunk and … Continued

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