Sarah trained in jewellery making at Sir John Cass London, in 1995 and then worked for Geoffrey Turk in the West End of London for seven years making one-off commissions for Bond Street and individual customers before teaching as a technical instructor for jewellery making at the Royal College of Art.
She loves working with each customer to re-model an existing piece of jewellery, design something new or just repair an old much loved piece, to bring it back to life.
With a wealth of experience and knowledge of jewellery old and new, and the first year of her fellowship in gemmology, Sarah is well qualified to tackle any jewellery related task.
Sarah now lives between the Wirral and Dorset with her family and works in her work-shop designing and making with her partner Ian.
“Having the time to concentrate on my own collection has been really rewarding and great fun, something that I have wanted to do for many years. I like to take my influences from nature and architecture and enjoy thinking up new ideas. Sarah said.
“I also enjoy working closely with customers to come up with the perfect design and piece of jewellery for them: adapting ideas to suit their own personal style, which is often very different from the work that I design for myself.”