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£30.00

When I first showcased these little earrings the overwhelming response was "Oooh, they make me smile!" so I called them Happy Studs.

Domed silver and enamelled in four happiness inducing colours.

£40.00

Perfectly monochrome and just the right size, this little Dendrite ring will match any outfit or mood. 

NB: If you add one of these to your order, don’t forget to tell me your UK Ring Size in the message box when you get to the checkout.

£65.00

They’re simple but they’ve got personality!

I love these cute little studs. The Mexican turquoise is a lovely pale blue which is set off perfectly by the silver.

£40.00

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!

NB: If you add one of these to your order, don’t forget to tell me your UK Ring Size in the message box when you get to the checkout.

£40.00

Turquoise is my absolute favourite!

The depth of colour in these Tibetan stones really is beautiful and is only enhanced by the quirky triangular shape.

NB: If you add one of these to your order, don’t forget to tell me your UK Ring Size in the message box when you get to the checkout.

£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.

£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!

£55.00

Tourmaline is said to have formed at the end of a rainbow, presumably because of the gorgeous range of juicy colours it comes in. In reality it was originally discovered in Brazil in the early 1800's and can now be found in several countries around the world.

Size: UK M 1/2

£55.00

Tourmaline is said to have formed at the end of a rainbow, presumably because of the gorgeous range of juicy colours it comes in. In reality it was originally discovered in Brazil in the early 1800's and can now be found in several countries around the world.

Size: UK M 1/2

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