Barbara says she didn’t invent *it . . . she just pulled it into her vocabulary Friday, Mar 24 2017 

Yes the *wire form with tab settings . . . have been a signature option here at Jeweller to the Lost since the beginning. Ruth and Barbara made a random arrangement of the elements – silver, onyx and the coral-coloured French glass buttons.

Juan-Luis and I always scan and document most stages of the make either on the iPhone or the scanner. Here is the construct in two sides via my scanner – very clean and scrutinised work.

Barbara’s textured “S” clasp and wrap-around Shakudo settings on our client’s own Ambers and black Resin beads Thursday, Mar 23 2017 

 

Art deco elements recycled into new wearable pendant by Jeweller to the Lost Thursday, Mar 23 2017 

The Barker family women all colluded with Barbara to divide up family pieces, recycle elements and work together to ramp-up the wearability of the things that survived the review. Here is Ruth’s new pendant as constructed in four parts:

Back in the studio for the first day in 2017 – but where do I start? Monday, Mar 6 2017 

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Our 30th anniversary was celebrated on December 16th 2016 at an evening bash for another occasion – Tim & Rhana’s Xmas doo at the “Bears”. Thanks Tim Gruchy for the impromptu pic . . .

The last commission for 2016 went to its owner last Saturday Tuesday, Dec 20 2016 

The studio valuation was prepared today and posted in the mail. We suggest clients slice open the envelope and keep it with the paperwork enclosed, the date of postage is another proof of identity and ownership.

© Bh Commission P.E. for R. – Ring, low rounded profile band has chisel textured finish and set with Rachael’s own diamond 1=0.60ct and additional 11 x diamonds; 3x square emerald cut, 5 x round brilliant cut, 1 x tapered baguette, 1x baguette (11=0.31 cts F-G Vs) and 1 x round brilliant cut Tanzanite 1= 0.35ct pavé set to upper half. Band tapers to back of finger. Platinum. Size M1/2

 

Our next commission for a long-time collaborator in Melbourne Tuesday, Dec 20 2016 

It is marvellous when people stalk our new commissions on the blog and want something similar . . . but their own gem blend: © Bh Commission Lace dish earrings for (name withheld); Organic design has pair of irregular oval slightly concave forms in black oxidised 925 Silver set with eight pear cut emeralds (hydro thermal) 8=1.56ct, eight round brilliant Russian cut Diamonds J/K SI2 8=0.64ct and two Tanzanite 3.5mm. Black central gem set part is oxidised 925 Silver bordered with 9ct yellow gold edge. Handmade hinged 9ct yelow gold hook fittings with 925 Oxidised silver safety catch. Dimensions approx 15 x 22mm

So consumed with the end of year 2016 powerpoint and two upcoming sales I forgot to post Gail Tarditi’s brooch commission Tuesday, Nov 29 2016 

This piece is the #19 slide and represents a most lovely commission experience for client and maker. Three different stages in the design development to the end result . . .

I’ve just posted our two ‘highlights’ – powerpoint reviews for years; 2015 and 2016 Friday, Nov 25 2016 

Just an easy download from the server:

Link – here

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Its a family affair with Melanie & Remo Giuffré and Jeweller to the Lost – wonderful! Friday, Nov 25 2016 

Remo has covered the story in his FaceBook post today and the link on his ‘general thinker’ network is here. Barbara and Remo have collaborated on many projects and we are thrilled to have been part of the story since the beginning . . . congrats guys!

Number #2 ‘in-line’ necklace with many of her family mementos Friday, Nov 4 2016 

During 2016 Barbara has been busy with clients planning and then completing these personal pieces. Three different clients, all with two memory-laden pieces to wear all over again.

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