I would like to let you know a little bit about me…..
My name is Jill, I am an independent jeweller based in Staffordshireand Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.
I ventured in to this trade some 12 years ago, I spent 8 years undertaking training in jewellery making, perfecting the skills necessary to make high quality fine jewellery. This involved being a student in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter, sitting at the bench, under the instruction and guidance of a highly talented Master Jeweller and maker of fine jewellery. I particularly enjoy saw piercing, the intricate design and effects which can be achieved using this traditional technique. I have had my own business since 2012.
In my workshop, (pictured below), I produce pieces of jewellery, adding to the collections available and making pieces to commission. All of my work uses traditional jewellery making techniques and is designed by myself, pieces are often unique. I can work with you to remodel old pieces of jewellery to create a new piece which you will love to wear, rather than the old pieces gathering dust in a box!
My work is available through a number of outlets, galleries and online. I do a number of fairs throughout the year, this is one of the best ways to see my work and to chat through ideas! Take a look here for the latest information about the fairs I am at this year.
Please feel free to contact me directly through this website or through social media, I am @phoenixtreejwls on Facebook, twitter, instagram and pinterest.
I take commissions for all sorts of pieces, including engagement, dress and wedding rings along with other pieces of jewellery. I offer a variety of teaching sessions for up to 2 students to develop a variety of skills, from basic jewellery making to more advanced techniques. Contact me directly for more information.
I hope you enjoy looking around my website and like the work I produce, perhaps enough to buy something!!
My name is Jill, I am an independent jeweller based in Staffordshire and Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.
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