A simply wonderful range of Enamel and Celtic Jewellery from one of Scotland's top designers.
Skara Spiral Collection
This small spiral design was inspired by scribed carvings on Neolithic stone slabs and on a potshard found at the historic Stone Age site of Skara Brae.
This collection is based around an 8th century pennanular brooch found in an Norse Grave at Pierowall on the island of Westray in Orkney. The over and under twisting of two or more cords is the basis of all Celtic Design, which having no beginning and no ending symbolises everlasting life
Birsay Disc Collection
This design is taken from an ancient small lead disc found on the Brough of Birsay, Orkney.
Lover's Knot Collection
A collection known as the Lover's Knot due to its intertwined lines knitting together to make one whole pattern. The interlocking knot still has a significant meaning for two people wishing to pledge their devotion.
A collection inspired by Viking Runes carved into the chamber walls of the Stone Age Tomb at Maeshowe, Orkney.
A collection of the images and shapes of Orkney at all times of the day and night.
River Ripples Collection
A collection inspired by the natural ripples that can be found on sand after water has passed over it.
Skyran was inspired by the first-known text discovered in Orkney. The Ogham writing which reads 'a blessing on the souls' was found on a whorl stone at Buckquoy, Birsay and dates to approximately 500 AD. This ancient Ogham text of the Picts is very informal and its sketch-like incisions were usually scratched into a surface.
Fort Augustus Abbey
Fort Augustus Abbey is built on the site of an old military fort, which was named after William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. A design for a special Fort Augustus Abbey Cross came from the detailing in its windows.
North Sea Collection
A collection with various designs but all inspired from sea forms, shapes, colours and moods.
The deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea surrounding Orkney and Shetland are home to Dolphins and Porpoises. This collection is inspired by these beautiful mammals.
A world renowned Scottish Symbol, this stunning Thistle design has the most elegant of styles.
The Abbey of Sweetheart was founded in 1273 by Lady Devorgilla of Galloway in memory of her late husband John Balliol. The monks chose the beautiful name of Sweetheart for their abbey in memory of her after her own death in 1289.