Are you looking for a unique piece of jewellery, a one-off designed just for you.? This is Lisa’s area of expertise, she has been making bespoke jewellery for  over 30 years and you see examples of her work below.

Recycling or remodeling?, Lisa can  work with an inherited ring, or perhaps use stones from a broken necklace or lost earring to make a new piece of jewellery you want to wear everyday.

All pieces are hallmarked and gemstones come from reputable suppliers who comply with ethical trading standards. All diamonds over a certain carat weight and come with their own unique GIA certificate.

You are welcome to book a design consultation at the studio, please email for more information or you can phone directly.

Client Stories

fortieth wedding anniversary, the ruby ring


“ A very lovely thing” using inherited pieces to recycle for the gold shank and a beautiful cabochon oval ruby this was a special piece to mark 40 years of marriage.


Sapphire necklace

A granddaughter’s special necklace with her birthstone, sapphire.

“It is absolutely beautiful, little rays of sunshine”


Client wanted to commission a contemporary large ring to celebrate her daughters 50th birthday. Choosing this amazing green Chrysoprase stone after looking through the in-house gemstone collection and recycling gold pieces of jewellery she no longer wanted to wear Lisa made this casually fabulous ring.

“Agh, how absolutely beautiful!!”

contemporary Gold wedding ring

Using the clients existing classic white gold wedding band and solitaire engagement ring Lisa redesigned a large stripy bar ring, cutting the existing wedding band in two and adding yellow gold and a pink sapphire for a pop of colour.


Gold wedding vine ring

The client had purchased an Acorn ring for her engagement and wanted a wedding ring to sit beside it. Designing a special Vine ring that loops over and hugs the engagement ring this diamond ring is sprinkled with diamonds.


Cheapside Hoard Necklace at The Museum of London

A collector of my work was inspired by this exhibition, I was lucky to have seen the work too. This necklace was for his wife who treasures it dearly.