TREASURE MEMORIES WITH NATURE INSPIRED INCLUSION JEWELLERY

I would be honored to create you something beautiful to treasure forever. I handmake nature inspired unique jewellery using cremation ashes, or a lock of hair, sand from your beach wedding, pet hair or even breast milk.  Many of my existing nature inspired pieces you see on my website can be adapted for your jewellery or using shells, twigs, bark, seeds or leaves cast into recycled silver or recycled gold or something totally unique- the choice is yours.

Most of the pieces I make use resin to set the ashes (or inclusion).  I offer a range of coloured resins for you to choose from (see below).  I can make resin cabouchons as small as 3mm or much larger if you prefer.  Your jewellery can be made in recycled gold or recycled 925 silver or if you would prefer a different let me know and we can discuss.  I can also send out a ring sizer so you can measure your exact finger size. I would send you an inclusion kit for you to return. You would then return the ashes (or inclusion) to me and I would then make up the piece to the design we discussed.  Every piece of jewellery I make comes in a beautiful box made from FSC recycled cardboard and comes with a polishing cloth for you to keep the piece looking its best. 

 

The memorial twig ring shown below was cast from an actual willow twig into solid 925 recycled sterling silver. This design has two tiny 5 mm cabochons in violet and lavender and was hallmarked on the inside with my makers mark at the London Assay Office.

 

Please contact me directly rebecca@rebeccaoxeham.com for more information or to discuss your design. 

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