Maki-e, the art of decorating lacquerware with precious metals and inlays of gold and shell, has been done for many centuries in Japan and reached a pinnacle in the Edo Period, ( 1603 – 1868 ). It was exclusively the domain of royalty and rich noble families but has little place in modern society, usually being reserved for utensils used in tea ceremonies or the New Year’s festivities only. I feel that such fabulous techniques should not be lost and so I have designed a range of jewellery, light, practical and beautiful that can be worn daily for any occasion. Using techniques that have been passed down to me by master craftsmen and living national treasures, I continue to make exclusive pieces just for you.





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As all the works are meticulously crafted by artisans, each one is refined into a unique piece of art.