Skyran was inspired by the first known text discovered in Orkney. The Ogham writing that reads ‘a blessing on the soul’ was found on a whorl stone at Buckquoy, Birsay, approximately 500 AD. These signature pieces capture the rich blue-grey of the night sky, where Skyran translates as to glitter or shine brightly.

Sheila Fleet - EBL0100 Skyran Bracelet
A small stone, in the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall inspired me to create this collection which has a message written in Ogham, a pictish text.

From ¥27,798

Sheila Fleet - EBL100 Skyran Bracelet
A small stone, in the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall inspired me to create this collection which has a message written in Ogham, a pictish text.

From ¥47,517

Sheila Fleet - EBL0101 Skyran Bracelet
A small stone, in the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall inspired me to create this collection which has a message written in Ogham, a pictish text.

From ¥36,562

Sheila Fleet - EBL0103 Skyran Bracelet
A small stone, in the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall inspired me to create this collection which has a message written in Ogham, a pictish text.

From ¥27,798

Sheila Fleet - EBX103 Skyran Brooch
A small stone, in the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall inspired me to create this collection which has a message written in Ogham, a pictish text.

From ¥19,034

Sheila Fleet - EBX100 Skyran Brooch
A small stone, in the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall inspired me to create this collection which has a message written in Ogham, a pictish text.

From ¥21,225