As a young Cornish maid there is nothing I enjoy more than the endless adventures our beautiful coastline has to offer. Whether it is a windy cliff top walk, getting amongst the surf or discovering hidden coves. Nothing beats living near the beach.
It was a family walk near Rosemullion Head some years ago that got me hooked trawling for sea glass. Who would have thought such rustic elegance could be found in something so simple which ultimately should not really belong. Hours past like minutes that day, many more have gently passed doing the same since.
Each of these beautiful pieces has an untold tale to tell which is captured in my work.
Every piece of Mor Glass has been carefully recovered from the shores of Cornwall and is lovingly coupled with sterling silver surrounds.
I am so excited to be able to share my craft and I hope that you love my creations.
‘Mor’ Cornish for Sea.
To create high quality, sustainable jewellery using recycled and ethically sourced materials
I am extremely happy to announce that 5% of every sale will now be donated to surfers against sewage through work for good!
Surfers Against Sewage is a national marine conservation and campaigning charity that inspires, unites and empowers communities to take action to protect oceans, beaches, waves and wildlife.
From April 2021 we have donated £132