Zoë’s love for jewellery making began at a young age whilst working in London as she loved to spend hours hunting for unusual beads in Portobello market. She then went on to develop her skills working as a jobbing bench jeweller in Essex and further training in London’s famous Hatton Garden.

Inspired by colour, textures, geometric patterns and asymmetrical shapes, you will find her creating unique and striking pieces of jewellery. Zoë loves the unpredictable nature that some of the techniques produce and the excitement of how the gems can move around in the molten metal, resulting in a surprise every time. These make gorgeous bespoke one-off jewellery pieces for something individual and personal for you to treasure.

Loving to experiment and delve into a variety of processes, Zoë combines both modern and traditional techniques. These include lost wax casting, stone in place casting, delft clay casting and the ancient art of granulation. Each individual piece is personally handmade by Zoë in her studio on the gorgeous Essex/Suffolk border, alongside her five cat helpers.