My Jewellery

14 April, 2013.

Another month has gone and I haven’t been keeping up with my blog pages as I had hoped. However, on the bright side of things I have been busy making things and these are the latest pieces of jewellery that I have made – for the special people in my life. I have worked with both silver and gold this time, as these gifts were marking special events – a Golden Wedding, for two close friends, whom I’ve know for over forty-seven years and have wonderful memories of a great friendship. Also a special memento for my daughter-in-law, Paula, for the help and support she gave me and my sister, during the final hours of our Mum’s life. I am so lucky to have Paula and we all felt that her skills as an Intensive-care nurse, made all the difference in helping us to cope with losing Mum, it is a time never to be forgotten.

Paula’s ring. A ruby set in gold.


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