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Commissioned by Empress Eugenie, c.1867, this @mellerioditsmeller gem set peacock feather brooch pendant is out of this world!!

Queen Mary’s Girls of Great Britain & Ireland tiara; One of Queen Elizabeth’s favourite pieces of jewellery is the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara which is also referred to as “Granny’s Tiara”. It was a wedding gift to Elizabeth by her devoted grandmother Queen Mary in 1947 along with a number of other pieces

I was recently commissioned by friends to make some sea glass jewellery - here are the results.

Pendant | Ginger Meek Allen. "Anderson Locket". Sterling silver, photograph, mineral glass crystal, patina, sapphire. | Commissioned for a new mum.

Imperial State Crown weighs 91 kilograms. Due to the weight of the crown, it is often worn on and off for a few hours before the State Opening of Parliament, to get the wearer used to the weight. Queen Elizabeth II has been known to eat her breakfast and read the morning papers wearing it.

The pioneering designers who are shaking up British jewellery design

Alexander Davis DNA Pendant. When a DNA pendant is commissioned, Davis takes a blood sample from the wearer and their DNA sequence is analysed. The combination of gemstones corresponds to a unique part of their DNA.

Many designers use paper folding techniques in their work to make three-dimensional forms from two-dimensional sheets of fabric, cardboard, plastic, metal and many other materials. Folding is used in disciplines as diverse as architecture, ceramics, fashion, interior design, jewellery, product design and textiles. This unique, practical handbook was bought for me as a gift. It explains the key techniques of folding, such as pleated surfaces, curved folding and crumpling. It covers over 70…

Empress Farah of Iran sleeping beauty turquoise which is currently the most expensive turquoise in the market.

The Queen's tiaras are the heart of her jewellery collection

It was commissioned by the Queen from the then Crown jeweller Garrard in 1957, to match a necklace and earrings given by the President of Brazil to mark her coronation in 1953