Wiggy designs and creates all jewellery in her studio in London.

With an interest in traditional jewellery making techniques, medieval, renaissance and tribal influences can be traced in Wiggy's work. Each piece has been carved by hand in wax then cast using delft casting or lost wax casting techniques.

The gold and silver are left unpolished, showing the footprint of the creation process.

She sees beauty in imperfection. The precious and semi-precious stones she works with are very often rough and contain inclusions, hence each stone is unique. Together with the organic approach in the making process, no two finished pieces will be the same.

 

© All photos on this page were taken by David James Watson.