A love for the beach underpins these shimmer pave designs Impulsive, a play on the heart by taking a traditional shape and turning it topsy turvy. The arches and minarets at Brighton Pavilion were a starting point for this romantic design.
A myriad of possibilities with this delightful diamond collection A long-standing love of mosaic art and the idea that multiple simple shapes can fit together to make produce something striking. Born from a love of coastal art deco architecture and geometric designs and repeating patterns.
Where earth and sea collide La Ola, the Spanish word for wave evokes fond holiday memories. The circle design represents the continuous motion of the ocean tides and the crest of diamonds are the waves crashing onto the shore.
Spirit of the sea is encapsulated in this collection Motivation for this piece comes from lazy days spent beach combing, searching for interesting shells and pebbles whilst soaking up the sun. Tulipa's linear markings mirror those of shells worn smooth by the ocean.
Sparkle at sunset and dance until dawn Sundowners at sunset, watching the sun slowly drop behind the cliffs. The shape of Sundown was inspired by the sun setting over the dip in the arch at Durdle Door, Dorset, with the sparkling diamonds representing the last of the sun's rays twinkling on the sea.
Delicate as a flower yet wild at heart Blustery headland walks with the dog were the inspiration for this collection. Spring and summery wildflowers loved by wearers with a sense of freedom and adventurous spirit.