Thursday, 28 June 2012

New Commissioned Work

As promised, a selection of recent commissions for jewellery and Kilt Pins -

18ct Wedding Rings
Notches and lines represent the date of the wedding.

Thistle and Shamrock Kilt Pin and Cuff Links
For a wedding to match the stationary designs.

Stac Pollaidh and Antler Kilt Pin
Hillscape with Stac Pollaidh at the top, a piece of the clients favourite music and an edge inspired by the shape of a deer's antler.

 India Pendant Kilt Pin
I was given this silver pendant to mount on a brass background and turn into a Kilt Pin.

Hexagon Brooch
This piece was designed with a friend and made for his girlfriend.

 Sydney Opera House Kilt Pin
For a 30th birthday, featuring the River Thames inside a Sydney Opera House shape with notches and lines around the edges representing the clients date of birth.

Collie's Kilt Pin
For graduation, St Andrews Cathedral and a map of the Lairig Ghru.

 Conisby Kilt Pin
The coastline around Conisby, Islay, and the Gaelic word for love.

I've just had to delete a few images upon realising the dates they were made for have not yet passed, so better not give away any surprises!

Now, back to the workshop for a bit before a last day of work tomorrow, British Pipe Band Championships on Saturday then HOLIDAY! A week on South Uist - fiddling, piping and merriment!

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