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£95.00

A domed silver shield set with a single Kingman turquoise stone, hand forged and textured.

The silver snake chain connects directly through the pendant without a bail and as it’s domed on both sides it feels fantastic in the hand… you’ll struggle to stop playing with it!

I love to dedicate pieces to historically remarkable women. This collection is named after Lady Agnes Randolph AKA Black Agnes. In 1338 Agnes (kitted out in full armour) held her castle in Dunbar while the Earl of Salisbury opened siege by lobbing rocks at the castle walls using catapults.

The story goes that after the bombardment, Lady Agnes sent out her maids in full view of the attackers to dust the walls with laced handkerchiefs. Imagine that! She clearly had a wicked sense of humour. 

She held the castle for 5 months when finally a truce was agreed… 

£120.00

A little less elaborate than the Agnes Sunday Pendant but no less gorgeous!

A fine silver shield backed with sterling silver, set wit’s a single Kingman turquoise stone, hand forged and textured.

I love to dedicate pieces to historically remarkable women. This collection is named after Lady Agnes Randolph AKA Black Agnes. In 1338 Agnes (kitted out in full armour) held her castle in Dunbar while the Earl of Salisbury opened siege by lobbing rocks at the castle walls using catapults.

The story goes that after the bombardment, Lady Agnes sent out her maids in full view of the attackers to dust the walls with laced handkerchiefs. Imagine that! She clearly had a wicked sense of humour. 

She held the castle for 5 months when finally a truce was agreed… 

Agnes’ Sunday Pendant Agnes’ Sunday Pendant
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£190.00

I’m in love with this stunner (if I do say so myself!)

A fine silver shield backed with sterling silver, set with 2 turquoise stones, a hand forged leaf dangling from the bottom and a custom clasp on the chain… it really is a future heirloom. 

I love to dedicate pieces to historically remarkable women. This collection is named after Lady Agnes Randolph AKA Black Agnes. In 1338 Agnes (kitted out in full armour) held her castle in Dunbar while the Earl of Salisbury opened siege by lobbing rocks at the castle walls using catapults.

The story goes that after the bombardment, Lady Agnes sent out her maids in full view of the attackers to dust the walls with laced handkerchiefs. Imagine that! She clearly had a wicked sense of humour. 

She held the castle for 5 months when finally a truce was agreed… 

Agnes Mother of Pearl Shield Pendant Agnes Mother of Pearl Shield Pendant
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£95.00

A beautiful calming mother of pearl cabochon set in a heavy bezel on sterling silver that has been hand pressed to create a textured shield.

£95.00

A gorgeous juicy African amethyst cabochon set in a heavy bezel on sterling silver that has been hand pressed to create a textured shield.

£55.00

Amethyst is thought to promote a calm and clear mind. I’m not sure about that but I do know that this sweet little ring has a delightful colour and looks fab combined with other rings, particularly turquoise!

£75.00

Found only in Tanzania at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzanite is said to be 1000 times rarer than diamonds.

This stone has been set in a heavy silver bezel flanked by small silver balls for decoration, mounted on a wide silver band.

£110.00

This big, juicy, plump, teardrop amethyst looks good enough to eat!*

Set in sterling silver that has been textured and hammered by hand to give it a slightly distressed feel. In contrast the amethyst is surrounded by a smooth, heavy silver setting, polished to perfection. 

* Disclaimer… don’t eat the amethyst!

Playing by the Findhorn Playing by the Findhorn
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£156.00 £260.00

As a child I spent a magical year living in the Scottish Highlands close to the banks of the River Findhorn. At 100km, the Findhorn is one of the longest rivers in Scotland and when I played there, in the shadow of the viaduct high above me, that little section felt like it was all mine.

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