Tuesday, 3 December 2013


Sea Glass Jewelry
Coastal Inspired Wearable Art Jewelry Designs.  Unique, eco-friendly and timeless, each piece is hand crafted in my home studio using wire sculpture and metal work techniques.

The Coastal Collection
Each piece of handmade jewelry features vintage sea glass that has been shaped by our mighty oceans for decades, washing upon our shorelines to appreciate once again.  Focal pieces are carefully hand selected by me from the ocean edges of the world.  You will also find other mesmerizing natural and raw gem jewelry in this collection.

The majority of my creations are made with Argentium silver - offering superior strength, tarnish resistance and 100% recycled silver.  The shine and luster is superior to other fine metals and my customers appreciate the low maintenance and durability.

My Inspiration
I love sitting on the beach the warmth of the sun shining down on my face, feeling the cool sand between my toes, watching-listening to the sounds of the ocean, sea gulls and meeting new people.  This provokes a sense of tranquility within me, this is where I get my inspiration - the sights, sounds and people.  So, I enjoy creating jewelry that will connect to someone personally - reminding them of that special moment, person or place in time.  As part of my commitment to maintain the highest standards of environmental responsibility, each piece of fine jewelry is comprised of 100% recycled precious metals.

Monday, 2 December 2013


Argentium International is pleased to announce its new collaboration with Johnson Srl of Milan, Italy’s oldest and most prestigious manufacturer of medals and coins. 

Established in the mid-19th century, Johnson is renowned for its superb craftsmanship in silver and gold and is an important supplier to the Presidency of the Republic, the Secretary of State of Vatican City and the Private Stock of the Holy Father in the Vatican.  The first outcome of this collaboration is an important piece made in Argentium 960 silver for the world’s first academy of sciences ‘L’Accademia dei Lincei’, founded in Rome 1603.

Giovanna Saleri, CEO of Johnson, states that “the purity and tarnish resistance of Argentium silver makes our conversion to Argentium an important benefit to our highly discerning clients, who expect our pieces to stand the test of time”.