Well, what can I say – this March weather is just amazing. I’m just dreaming of beach days now, swimming, paddle boarding, picnics and of course: beach combing! Here’s todays stunning view – Mylor Harbour.
March has been busy. I’ve been working on #marchmeetthemaker on instagram trying to show more about Porth Jewellery. Keeping up with the daily posts has sometimes been a challenge but I intend to add the ones I missed on to the end. These posts have been shared on facebook too so take a look at my social media accounts (follow the link at the bottom right on my website page). Some of the posts have really made me think and get creative.
Bespoke seaglass jewellery
2019 has so far kept me busy with bespoke orders, especially pieces using seaglass that customers have found themselves. It is an absolute pleasure to make jewellery that is sentimental and has meaning.
This piece can’t be named yet as it is a gift! The seaglass was found at a local beach by the lady who commissioned the piece. Hopefully they’ll want to join Porth Mermaid Tribe with this piece!
If you’d like to find about having a piece of jewellery made, please visit the bespoke orders page on my website and contact me with any questions you may have. I can work with you on a design to ensure you get a unique and special piece of jewellery.
Where can I come and see porth jewellery?
I have also been busy applying for fairs and events over the summer (and Christmas – crazy!). Here are my dates for my regular pitch at Mawnan Farmer’s Market where you can come and see me, try on jewellery, measure your ring size and chat beach combing! I will be updating my events list in the FAQ’s page on my website as new events are confirmed.
Mawnan Farmer’s Market
Mawnan Memorial Hall
Saturday’s 09.00 – 12.30
17th November (Sunday)
Other events will be added as confirmed