Gift Guide

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I have put together a little gift guide to help you navigate your Christmas shopping this year.  Whilst choosing a gift for some friends and family is easy, for others it can seem impossibly hard.  Hopefully this guide will give you some inspiration.

All of my jewellery is made using recycled silver where possible and is gift packaged.

For the sentimental 

You will win hearts with my seaglass jewellery.  As I’ve found each piece of seaglass on the Cornish coast, it has been carefully recorded for provenance.  A map card accompanies each item, clearly showing where it is from.  Perfect if they have a favourite place.

If you cannot see a place dear to you, why not order a bespoke piece?  The deadline for these is the end of November.


B: Gylly Heart Cut Necklace

Pendennis - light teal blue seaglass ring

Teal Green Bangle - Gylly

Top tip:  Don’t know their ring size or hand size?  Choose a necklace instead.



For letting them decide


You cannot go wrong with a gift card.  These can be used for jewellery on the website, in-person shopping at events I go to, bespoke pieces or used towards workshops.  With a gift card you have covered all possibilities.



Shop Gift Vouchers


For the shared experience

My jewellery workshops are frequently bought as gifts, not only giving the recipient a piece of jewellery, but a piece they have the pride in knowing they made themselves.  Perfect for creative types.

Workshops also offer a chance to spend a day with friends and family, or meet new like-minded people in a relaxed and creative environment.


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For the one who likes gold

Gold is expensive, but to not bust a budget, these pieces are all gold vermeil. Vermeil is a layer of gold added to a base of silver.  This layer is five times thicker than plating making it much more durable.  18ct has been chosen to give a wonderful colour.

Shop Gold Vermeil


For every budget


£30 and under


£70 and under



£90 and under


£91 and over

I hope you’ve found some inspiration here.  If you found my guide useful then please share it with friends and family.



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