Ocean inspired jewellery

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Worms Head,Gower

I had a magical experience with a walk out to Worms Head Rhosili, Gower last monday. The sun shone all day with a refreshing northerly wind to remind us of autumn. The Worm's Head being the most westerly point of the Gower from where we could see St.Annes head clearly across the huge expanse of blue sea. We had hoped to see grey seals and were not disappointed to come across many of larger bull seals lazing on the seaweed covered rocks and their newborn pups playing close by under the cliffs at low tide.


Thursday, 14 October 2010

Mumbles and Gower

The Bay necklace is my most recent design in silver. The currents off Mumbles Head are represented by the twisted forms of silver wire accross which the sailing boat moves from side to side.

Commission from £495
A Collection of Gower, Swansea and Mumbles inspired Pa-pa jewellery Designs can be seen at The Oyster Gallery, Top of Newton Rd, Mumbles.

Swansea and Mumbles boasts the birthplace of Dylan Thomas and Catherine Zeta Jones.

The small village of Mumbles hosts a busy shopping area at Newton Rd, where you will find coastal living gift shops offering quality goods and designer fashion.

The design below is inspired by the many sailing boats in and around Mmumbles and Gower. Swansea bay holds many sailing competitions and has Mumbles yacht club at the shoreline of the village of Mumbles.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Pa-pa jewellery awarded prize for International business

Pa-pa jewellery designs awarded International Business woman of the year 2010, at the Swansea Bay Business Awards.
South West Wales Media managing director Blanche Sainsbury opened the ceremony and said: "I believe that the greater the role women have to play in our community, the better chance we will have in overcoming the challenges we face.

"It is important after years of fighting for female gender equality that we celebrate female talent.

"It is vital to use the recognition today to help other women who want to achieve more.

The Women in Business Awards 2010 were judged by Confederation of British Industry (CBI) assistant regional director Ian Price, Burgess World Travel founder Jill Burgess and Swansea Bay Business Life editor Wyn Jenkins.