Mum’s Broaches

On a recent visit to my parents my mother asked me to look at some old jewellery to see if I could use the silver or get some inspiration from the pieces. Most of the collection were broken chains so I took what I could use. The next time I was there my Mum said […]

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4 Pendants and 2 Rings!

4 Pendants and 2 Rings were made at a workshop in Llandogo on the 16 June 2016 Its amazing what can be done with a 3 cm x 3 cm sheet of silver plus some silver and copper wire, four very different pendants.  The rings were made from silver wire hammered, sanded and shaped into […]

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Great workshop in Cinderford

I had a great afternoon running a workshop for the girls from Leoni at The Bellvue Centre, Cinderford. They made a variety of twisted rings, open rings & earrings between them. Lots of hammering, sawing, bending, shaping, soldering, sanding and polishing! Thanks for the feedback and the photographs below: “Dear Ann Thank you for your […]

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Magor Marsh Workshop

Thanks to those who ventured out on a very stormy day to join me for a workshop at Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Derek Upton Centre at Magor Marsh.  Follow the link below to see some pictures from the day.

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30 Seconds of Fame!

I have always got a buzz when I see someone wearing something I’ve made.  So you can imagine my excitement when watching County File about a local farmer at Cinder Hill Farm and he’s wearing one of my hats! I’ve been making hats for two years now and selling them at the local Christmas Fair. I remember Neil […]

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From catkins to earrings.

Looking out of my window on a chilly morning the sun is catching the catkins on the tree by the fence and I can see earrings. I’m formulating a plan in my head on how to create the texture and the hang of the silver. It will have to be lengths of chain to get […]

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