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Fine botanical wedding jewellery inspired by our countryside, leaves, twigs, grasses in solid silver and gold with a scattering of diamonds, rubies and sapphires. We love mixing cut and uncut stones.
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Lucy has a passion for our British countryside, she is not only inspired by it, it's used directly to create her collections. During country walks Lucy collects twigs, leaves, cow parsley stems and rye grass, all of which she has taken direct casts from, creating a collection of rings that are exact replicas of the natural forms she has found, now to be worn for a life time in gold or silver. Taking moulds from the delicate woodland finds enables Lucy to make rings that retain the finest details, fragile lichens, bark textures, budding twigs and the grooves of cow parsley stems combined with diamonds create a collection of fine botanical jewellery. Lucy is registered to use fair trade gold, all of the materials she uses are from traceable sources. We can also incorporate family jewellery that is no longer worn, we can re use gold, or use the financial worth to put against another design in a different metal. It is also possible to unset stones and re use them in a new design.
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What is your most memorable wedding?
In Mumbai India.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Woodland, Natural, Country, English garden, wild
What about your business are you most proud of?
To make pieces to be worn for a lifetime.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Plan for you, keep it simple.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Tea or coffee in the studio if possible to look at designs and play with stones.
What are your favourite wedding traditions for rings?
What is the most romantic engraving you have seen on a wedding ring?
Significant dates are always lovely.
Which ring do you think holds most significance for a bride?
All of them!
What is your favourite proposal story?
At the top of the Sky hotel in Thailand.