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sean on 24 Feb, 20155 out of 5 stars
I purchased this beautiful necklace as a surprise gift for my partner and when we received it my partner was over the moon. It is such a beautiful piece and exceeded our expectations. It is so beautiful and we will definitely be purchasing more from Angie. I would urge anyone to buy from her - her work is truly artisan and beautifully hand crafted. We received it very quickly and it was handwrapped in a beautiful presentation box.
Since I can remember I’ve always been fascinated by how things fit together and how I could replicate them, which is exactly where my love of jewellery-making comes from. I’ve been making jewellery since I was a child, since I first stumbled upon a tiny shop crammed with beads and nameless wire components and instantly knew I wanted to play with them. Since then I have read countless books, torched, hammered and manipulated countless pieces of metal, completed a course in silversmithing and acquired a whole plethora of scars, of which I’m perfectly proud… these are working hands!
I work mainly with silver and copper, employing various metal working techniques, such as those used in silversmithing. I also use ceramic techniques when working with metal clay, which is an incredibly versatile and exciting material. I have spent the last few years developing a unique, contemporary style, incorporating many influences. My eye is often drawn to intricate, detailed patterns, which inevitably manifest themselves in my designs. Objects from nature also provide a huge source of inspiration, as there is such a wealth of shape, colour and texture. After a walk through the woods or on the beach, I always return home with a pocket full of scavenged artefacts, such as sea glass pebbles, leaf skeletons and seed pods, to use as inspiration or to incorporate into my next piece.
Please note that all my jewellery is handmade, therefore, every piece is unique with its own character quirks and flaws… I like metal to look worked, not factory shiny!
I work mainly with silver and copper, employing various techniques, such as those used in silversmithing. I also use ceramic techniques when working with metal clay. I have spent the last few years developing a unique, contemporary style.
Creoso i fy siop Etsy! Gemwaith hardd wedi'u gwneud â llaw yng Nghymru.
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