Glasswing Jewellery now in East sussex

Kate Pearse at Glasswing Jewellery recently told us that she is now settled with her jewelry workshop at the forest edge right in the very heart of the beautiful National South Downs Park in West Sussex. She says she has been totally blessed to have lived for the last ten years in Cornwall, a stunning, rugged and remote region in the UK, but is excited about a new environment and the inspiration it brings to her creative work.

Cornwall is where she collected most of the sea glass she uses in her jewellery, but following the big move, she is now the surrounded by a completely different countryside which continues to inform and inspire her lifestyle and work.

Kate and her family are passionate about getting out and exploring the countryside as often as possible and committed to promoting the protection of the environment. This, of course, is reflected in her workshop practice and the ethical jewellery she designs and produces which incorporates recycled metals and found materials.

Kate designs and creates wedding and engagement rings and will tailor them especially for you, even going so far as stamping a special message on the inside of the rings. Her wedding and committment sets made from one piece of recycled silver are going down a storm!

Her other jewellery includes sweet sea glass pendents that can make wonderful personalised thank you gifts for bridesmaids and mums. Although Kate is now in South East UK, she still works with brides countrywide and even as far afield as the US and Australia!

Go to Kate's website and blog for more information on what she can produce.

Published: 14-06-2013

Published By: Rosie


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