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Geometric Rain Storm Mobile
This rainy weather decoration features abstract copper wire rectangle frames with bright blue glass droplets. The water droplets hang at random lengths creating a pitter patter effect of falling rain. Hang in your home interior for year round blue sparkles as sunlight radiates through the glass beads.
Rain Drops Hanging Mobile
An abstract geometric copper mobile with rectangle shaped droplets each with a bright blue glass bead sat at the base of the metal frame. This pretty hanging decoration is inspired by summer rain, when rain drops are rolling off tree branches, pitter pattering on the forest floor.
Beach House Mobile
For those who dream of the living by the ocean. This pretty beaded hanging mobile is adorned with glass and gemstones, with a soft blue, aqua and white sea shore colour palette. This design is for hanging in your coastal home or to celebrate the birth of a baby boy for his soft blue nursery room.
Geometric Dew Drops Mobile
A rustic geometric mobile with circular patina copper wire work droplets that are wrapped with watery dew drop gemstones. This window decoration is inspired by a walk through the forest on a misty morning when dew drops have formed on tree branches, like sparkling lights as the sun begins to rise.
This pair of feather inspired drop earrings are inspired by the majestic male peacock. The design is hand-made with delicate copper wire work and adorned with zesty lime green peridot and aqua quartz gemstones. The shape follows the contours of the peacock feather eye.
Woodland Dew Mobile
A rustic woodland mobile with abstract patina copper stems that are wire wrapped with agate, glass and crystal beads. This window decoration is reminiscent of a forest scene, with dew drops gathering on tree branches in the early morning mist. The colour palette for the beads captures the essence of rain drops and dew drops, with white, blues, translucent, opalescent and faceted crystals.
£25.00 – £28.00
Arthritis Paddle Bangle
A raw copper bracelet designed as arthritis jewellery. The copper has been shaped to follow the curve of your wrist and lightly hammered with warm copper colours and metallic highlights. The ends of the wire have been formed into paddle shapes which add a softness to the design. This women’s bracelet moves away from the traditional and classic bangle style of arthritis jewellery with a modern and minimalist feel.
£22.00 – £25.00
Copper Snake Bangle
A chunky raw copper bracelet with a brushed satin finish. The wrap around design is finished with snake-like wire ends, where the wire has been flattened and formed into rounded paddle shapes. The metal has been left untreated, designed for those who wear copper jewellery for arthritis.
£20.00 – £22.00
Copper Paddle Necklace
A polished metal bar necklace set on a delicate rose gold-plated chain, where the copper feature that sits on the skin is designed for arthritis sufferers. The feature has been shaped to follow the curve of your neck line and lightly hammered to create dappled metallic highlights.
Snow Drop Earrings
These tiny hand-made copper earrings feature a delicately wire wrapped rainbow moonstone. The minimal micro scale design is inspired by late winter, when snow drop buds begin to bloom in the forest, symbolising the earliest signs of spring and the return of life to the earth.
£17.00 – £35.00
Arthritis Cuff Bangle
A minimal metal bangle with a small decorative opening, where the ends of the wire have been hammered into softened paddles shapes. The surface of the copper wire has been textured with gentle hammered shapes that reflect the light. The design is right at home with the stacking bangle trend. This women’s bracelet design is a contemporary take on copper jewellery for arthritis.
£29.00 – £39.00
Snow Drop Jewellery Set
This matching jewellery set features three ‘Snow Drop’ buds, just before they blossom into life. Handmade with patina copper, rainbow moonstone and a tiny wire wrapping technique that binds the gemstones gently. Inspired by the end of winter, when the first signs of life start to appear in the forest.