Mary’s second request for her ruby pendant Thursday, Apr 26 2018 

A second life for her ruby and gold pendant with this #jewellertothelost revision. Once on a fine wire cable now less formal with handmade 925 silver and 22ct gold chain. #commission #realgems #surfacetextures #everydaywear #ilovemyclients

First, one of Mary’s necklaces back in the studio for a setting check and clean Thursday, Apr 26 2018 

 

There are two shots of this wonderful ring, one for the gem and one for the band and setting Wednesday, Apr 25 2018 

© Bh – Commission ring for Barbara Wenck – ‘Up’ ring set with premium Aquamarine (modified princess cut 2.94ct Brazil) in open back setting. Constructed in 9ct palladium white gold with ‘spatula’ texture finish to sides. Size M1/2

Commissioned earrings with Vokili’s gems Tuesday, Apr 24 2018 

Ruby, aquamarine and Tahitian pearls… all purchased on her travels as a young woman. Then wondering through the intervening years whether she had bought well or been charmingly deceived. We had everything valued and . . . and as it turns out they are all the real deal! Now set in white paladium gold they’re out of the cupboard and onto her ears! #commission #jewellertothelost #realgems

Lovely email to Barbara (and Malcolm) received today from the USA Tuesday, Apr 24 2018 

SUBJECT: Look close – my FIRST BH treasure…and so it began…

Ah yes, those amazing, gorgeous, jaw dropping lace dish enamel earrings are still a fave and dear to my heart. Remember how I stalked you, and these found their way to Perth and now Texas???  You had to trust your Intuition that I was really out there and could provide a home for these beauties…what proved to be the first in my BH collection.  They enjoyed a lovely evening at an event for Jack’s school last Saturday. My “spring thing” ring is clipped out, but it had fun, too.

Sending love your way and so very happy I know you in this world.

Debra x

Her engagement ring re-made by Jeweller to the Lost Saturday, Apr 7 2018 

With great sensitivity these commissions start with a wish and end with a triumph . . . and always lead to more commissions.