About the jewellery

Individual handmade silver jewellery

My pieces are all individually made in sterling silver with 18 and/or 9 carat gold decoration. My range covers earrings, rings, bangles, necklaces, pendants, brooches and cufflinks. I also undertake a variety of commissions. I am particularly happy to design and make wedding rings, christening bangles and so on, and work with customers’ ideas to produce a personalised item. Engraving is also an option on most pieces. All pieces over 10mm width/length are hallmarked to sterling silver standards. All gold pieces are hallmarked according to the carat – whether 9, 18 or 22.

This website displays a selection of my pieces from each category, and will be updated with new designs every few months. However I am happy to adapt the displayed designs and patterns to suit customer taste. For example, a shape from a pair of earrings can be made into a pendant, or a pattern on a bangle can be put on a ring and so on. For these orders, and any other type of commission, please go to commissions and ordering details.

About me

Jamie InglisI was born in 1963 and grew up on the north-west coast of Scotland. After attending Dartington Hall School in Devon, where I got a good grounding in a range of Arts, I went on to complete a BA Hons in 3D Design at Middlesex University, specialising in silversmithing. The degree included an exchange with Bezalel College in Jerusalem. I then worked for a number of years with silversmiths and jewellers in London, Mexico and Canada, before setting up my own workshop in Devon in 1990. My work is a fusion of a variety of influences – particularly Celtic, Mexican and South American design traditions.