Sunday, 9 September 2012

Late summer flowers... a folksy treasury

It may be September but it seems summer has returned, and is with us for just a tiny bit longer...

Here are a few beautiful pieces of jewellery I found that make me think of flowers, gardens and warmer weather, with just a hint of the autumn to come in some mellow tones.

Late Summer Folksy Treasury

1 - Sterling silver earrings with a touch of copper in their centres by Alison Moore, a jewellery designer and maker based in Orkney.

2 - An oh-so-chic bracelet by Piccolissimo, something subtle to wear in elegant situations, with a hint of sweet summer.

3 - These earrings by the multi-talented Cinnamon Jewellery are made from enamel and fine silver.

4 - Made from sterling silver by Jennie Swift, this necklace has wonderful detail in the centres of the flowers.

5 - Created by Annie's Land in acrylic, this necklace is such a beautiful shade of heather, and the blue circle sets it off to perfection.

6 - Made from pure silver, an imprint of a sage leaf has been used by Wild Silver (great name!) to make this unique necklace.

7 - The pendant for this necklace is made from polymer clay, with rich colours. Created by Nicola Morse.

8 - Earrings inspired by passion flowers and created in sterling silver by jf jewellery.

9 - Ceramic flowers give a real earthy and rustic feel to these earrings by Blue Forest Jewellery. Perfect for the autumn.

Well, we can't hide from it forever...

Happy end-of-summer!


  1. What a great and summery collection! Thanks for including my enamel earrings :D

  2. Lovely flower collection! They will still be beautiful in autumn too.

    Thanks for including me in your feature.
    Alison x

  3. Thanks for the comments :-) It was a pleasure to include both of your jewellery in my collection!


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