Unusual yet wearable; distinctive handmade jewellery

Castle Donington, United Kingdom | 245 Sales


Unusual yet wearable; distinctive handmade jewellery

Castle Donington, United Kingdom 245 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars (81)
Lisa Ward

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Lisa Ward

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New memento mori range is now live! Remember, love and live well, for death awaits us all.
Final post run of 2018, getting my final custom orders of the year on their way!
Teapots in bespoke colours are hiding in here, and I've got some ready made in store still.
My first order for Japan! This simple skull (no beads just as it is) will have an interesting journey ahead of it.
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When you can't help but create, you have to share your visions!

Creating and crafting is a joy for me, it's a colourful and quirky headspace away from everything else. Perfidious Jewellery is on a fun voyage of over 10 years creative experience and counting.

Unusual yet wearable accessories, specialising in stick pins for lapels, hats or wherever you wish to pin them.

I enjoy using recycled beads, buttons and keys, so you may find a hidden side to my jewellery, in that you are helping give something old a new life. I see colours, textures or shapes and want to make them into wearable jewellery that you'll get complimented on.

Shop members

  • Lisa

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    I'm the busy hands behind Perfidious Jewellery, I've always been called to be creative, and love making others happy with the results. Proud owner of various cats and a writer husband, living between Derbyshire and Nottingham.

  • Ceinwyn

    Assistant, Customer Service

    Keen to help in all aspects of Perfidious Jewellery, Ceinwyn is always happy to lend a paw. Or four. I can never overwork myself under her care.

  • Theramin

    Quality Control, Curator

    Mina oversees the studio and helps keep things in order. If something isn't in place, she lets me know by placing it on the floor.

  • Marco

    Quality Control

    Marco usually works as Office Manager with freelance writer The Tower of Stars, but does a few hours a week to take some strain from the studio.

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Last updated on Feb 10, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Gift wrapping and packaging

All items are attached to a card, carefully wrapped in recycled brown paper, and finished with a small hand drawn gift tag (blank on the back) attached by a sticker. They are then posted in a slim cardboard box, or padded bag.

If your purchase is being sent direct to the recipient as a gift, please let me know and I can include a gift invoice with no price details.

It says your orders will be processed on a future date?

I sometimes take a break, perhaps to spend time sorting the studio, on holiday, enjoying some days out, or just emptying my mind!

You can still place orders, or send messages, but I won't be processing or answering them until I'm back in work on that future date.

My order isn't here yet?

I'll do my best to meet the shipping estimates, but once a parcel leaves my hands, anything from postal strikes to bad weather may impact on delivery.

If the maximum date goes past and your parcel still isn’t with you, please let me know – I’ll usually ask if you’re happy to wait a few extra days, in case of delays, and then we can make further plans.

Tracked and Signed for shipping upgrades

The postal service in some countries will not track a parcel end to end, as well as asking for a signature. In those circumstances, your parcel will be tracked until it leaves the UK, and then a signature will be required when delivered.

Although this can be frustrating ("Is it almost here yet?!") I can't influence your postal service! Tracked until leaving the UK, and signed for, is a good compromise.