A simply wonderful range of Enamel and
Celtic Jewellery from one of Scotland's
Atlantic Swell Collection
From the flowing forms and seasonal colours of the Atlantic Ocean as it washes the Orkney shoreline.
Birsay Disc Collection
This design is taken from an ancient small lead disc found on the Brough of Birsay, Orkney.
A hardy flower, bluebells have been growing in Orkney gardens for as long as I can remember. I used bunches of bluebells from under the trees in my own garden to design this collection.
Inspired from the stone craved wave motif found in St. Magnus Cathedral, Orkney.
Brodgar Eye Collection
Inspired by cup-and-ring stone carvings
found at the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney.
Lying between the great ceremonial
circles of Brodgar and Stenness the Ness
has revealed more decorated stones than
any other Neolithic excavation.
The stunning depiction of shapes and colours over a beautiful waterfall at Forss in Caithness.
Castles throughout the country were symbols of power, wealth and strength many hundreds of years ago. Most of these buildings have stood the test of time to present day. Beautiful castle features such as ramparts inspired this collection.
These superb symbol designs were interpreted from original sandstone symbols carved on the east wall of St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall, Orkney.
Contemporary Diamonds Collection
These stunning collections of diamond
constellation, solitaire and trilogy
rings are available in Gold, Palladium
and Platinum set with diamonds.
Our experienced craftsmen hand set our
diamonds, giving a high quality finish.
Sheila has created a variety of Creel
cage designs in silver with enamel and
gold. The random enamelled sections
represent the trapped water inside the
creel as it is pulled from the sea, some
of these designs also have a small shell
Sheila has designed these delicate
silver daisies with sunshine yellow
centres and waving, white, crystal
The deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea surrounding Orkney and Shetland are home to Dolphins and Porpoises.
When you go for a walk and the take time
to stop and look its amazing all the
little creatures you can find going
about their life.
The inspiration for this Flagstone range came from the ancient formations of grained sand and mud deposited by Lake Orcadia, a vast ancient freshwater lake.
Fort Augustus Abbey Collection
Fort Augustus Abbey is built on the site of an old military fort, which was named after William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. A design for a special Fort Augustus Abbey Cross came from the detailing in its windows.
Garnet Cathedral Collection
Sheilas new Cathedral design created to
commemorate the Battle of Jutland
honours the memory of those we love.
Silver and gold wires compliment each
other to create a free flowing diamond
set form. The Kiss collection is a
romantic interpretation inspired by the
natural wild grasses of the windswept
Lava Stream Collection
The inspiration for these pieces come
from Sheila's fascination with rock
formations and their origin. She has
created these textured designs to
represent the movement of the bright
lava as it streams down from a volcano.
Lomond Reflections Collection
Sheila's inspiration came from one of
her husband Rick's photographs. He
captured the mountains reflected in the
still waters of Loch Lomond, a wonderful
dawn moment. Scotland has such natural
beauty one cannot fail to be inspired.
Thousands of years ago at the Ness of
Brodgar our ancestors made little
hollows or cup-marks in rough rock,
perhaps to signify an event or to follow
passing time as the moon waxed and
Primula Scotica Collection
This tiny rare plant, lovingly created here, only exists in Orkney, Caithness and North Sutherland and is created here in exactly the same size as the original.
The wonderful colours of the rainbow inspired this collection. Natures elements of sun and rain create a magical arc of colour in the sky. In awe of this magnificent sight, the Vikings believed rainbows to be a bridge between earth and heaven. The intense colours of the rainbow, a feature of the wide open Orkney skyline, provide a rich palate for this stunning collection.
Reef Knot Collection
This simple yet very elegant Reef Knot is just brilliant, wearable either every day or for that special night out.
River Ripples Collection
A collection inspired by the natural ripples that can be found on sand after water has passed over it.
In Scottish lore, the Rowan tree has been held as a Tree of Life, a protector from harm. The familiar silhouette of the tree itself is an expression of strength, endurance and hope, with the berries symbolising life and renewal. Throughout history, many cultures of the world have venerated trees, believing them to have divine and magical powers.
A collection inspired by Viking Runes carved into the chamber walls of the Stone Age Tomb at Maeshowe, Orkney.
Inspired by Scotland's national flag
which is steeped in history. It is
thought to be the oldest national flag
Sea and Surf Collection
This collection celebrates the power and
beauty of Scotland's ocean waves and
joins a range of collections inspired by
Sea Motion Collection
On a particularly memorable holiday,
Sheila found the captivating motion of
the water as she looked out to sea to
have a very calming effect.
Skara Spiral Collection
This small spiral design was inspired by scribed carvings on Neolithic stone slabs and on a potshard found at the historic Stone Age site of Skara Brae.
Skyran was inspired by the first-known text discovered in Orkney. The Ogham writing which reads 'a blessing on the soul' was found on a whorl stone at Buckquoy, Birsay about 500 AD.
Walking through the woodland at Forss in Caithness, the dense carpet of delicate winter Snowdrops gave Sheila the inspiration to design this floral collection.
Bright shapes in mysterious rock pools,
these little stars brighten their
Swallows are one of the first signs of
summer when they return in April after
their long migration from South Africa.
They grace our skies with their
breathtaking speed and acrobatic
The Abbey of Sweetheart was founded in 1273 by Lady Devorgilla of Galloway in memory of her late husband John Balliol.
This contemporary collection in sterling
silver and Viennese Blue enamel was
inspired by the movement, harmony and
balance of music in its infinite forms
Legend has it, that one dark night in 980 A.D., invading Danes were quietly approaching the Scottish camp, barefoot, for a surprise attack when they passed through a clump of Thistles. Their howls of pain aroused the Scots, who won the ensuing battle. Thus the Thistle became the National emblem of Scotland, with the motto:-
NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT
(Wha daur meddle wi me)
Tidal Islands Collection
This interlocking design is what
everyone is talking about, with enamel
highlights they are a stunning
interpritation of ever changing wave
Tidal Treasures Collection
The strong tides of the Pentland Firth
guard many natural treasures. Fishermen
occasionally discover these treasures
when they haul in their creels and come
across the elusive Groatie Buckie
(Arctic Cowrie Shell). These tiny
magical shells are said to bring good
luck to the keeper.
Wild Grasses Collection
Delicate free flowing forms reflect the natural wild grasses of the windswept northern landscape in the Orkney Isles.