This month we are celebrating the Diamond, the most precious, valuable gemstone of them all. As well as being the birthstone for April, Diamonds have also become the symbol of everlasting love. Find out more in our lovedazzle blog post celebrating diamonds.
Aquamarine is the Birthstone for March. Its name is derived from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea). It comes in many seawater hues of blue, ranging from a gentle pale blue to a deep vivid turquoise.
Inspired by feathers, wings and other natural forms, award winning designer, John Moore, is best known for his distinctive, colourful jewellery made from anodised aluminium. Read on to find out more about John and his vibrant jewellery.
Each of Debbie's pieces are individually hammered, folded and forged in to spirals and curves. Read on to find out a bit more about Debbie and her jewellery... Describe your work in 3 words Simple, eternal, powerful. What inspires you?…
Diana has been successfully making and designing silversmithing and jewellery since she graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1993. Her fascination with the garden and the process of gardening feeds her passion of working with metal.
Jessica uses a combination of patterned and textured silver, fusing it with gold whilst often adding depth through part oxidation. Her designs are translated into elegant pieces with subtle textures and complex layered finishes. Find out a bit more about Jessica and her work in this months Q&A.
Karen creates bold, playful, colourful jewellery from resin and silver. She's inspired by linear shapes found in nature, and recurring patterns. We asked Karen to tell us a bit about her work.
Anna creates jewellery filled with sparkle and movement. Forging individual strands of silver and gold, she brings them together to form a whole, creating stunning pieces that sit beautifully on the body and are enticing to the touch.
Our featured maker of the month kicks off with the new member of our lovedazzle team, Jenny Llewellyn. Jenny makes colourful jewellery using silicone and precious metals. Describe your jewellery in 3 words: Fun, vibrant, tactile What Inspires you? Colour!…
We are absolutely delighted to welcome jeweller Sheila McDonald as our guest blogger this month. About Sheila Most of my work features enamel on silver, with fine gold wire and fine gold and silver leaf. Colour is very important, and has always been…