A collaboration between artist and jeweller

On Etsy since 2019


A collaboration between artist and jeweller

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About WondermentCollection

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On Etsy since 2019

Leave ordinary behind

The Wonderment Collection is a colourful collaboration between Kathryn Thomas and Miranda Peckitt.

This VCJ limited edition collection are interpretations by Miranda Peckitt of Kathryn’s work and try to capture the blurred lines of the Daylight collection, the other-wordly interstellar nature of the Nightlight collection, and from the colossal burst of colour in the Kaleidoscopic collection to the reflective and thought provoking Contemplation collection. Our common love of colour, light and our personal history has created a flurry of ideas and conversations, mistakes and successes.

Kathryn’s newest original oil paintings collection ‘Wonderment’ shows significant development in her technique, particularly in her own mark making whilst also borrowing elements from her ‘Kaleidoscopic’ and ‘Contemplation’ painting collections. This new development aligns perfectly with the techniques Miranda uses in the quest for her own beautiful wearable art.

With all these themes coming together we celebrate our collaboration by calling it the Wonderment Collection. We are hugely excited to be launching this new collection and hope that you enjoy it too.

If you would like to discuss Kathryn's paintings please call +44 (0)7971 057246 or email kathryn [!at] kathryn-thomas.co.uk or use the contact form.

Leave ordinary behind.


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Last updated on 08 Nov, 2019
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Aluminium is flexible so bangles can be gently opened and closed around the wrist to fit. Rings also can be adjusted this way. For the large saddle rings a pair of flat pliers can be used to gently open up the gap.

This is only a selection of the stock currently held as it is constantly changing and there's too much to display here. If there is something you're looking for but can't find it here please email or call me mirandapeckitt [!at] btinternet.com / +44 7980 292868

I'm often asked if the colour will rub off. The anodising process allows the colour to be absorbed into the metal, a bit like blotting paper. Once the dye has been applied and dried, the metal is then sealed thus the colour is

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