About


From enjoying working in metal at school I have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with the most beautiful of all metals Silver. After leaving the School of Jewellery and Silversmithing, Birmingham in 1979 and working in the trade for seven years, I started working for myself. I have designed and made gold and silverware for many clients in the years since then.


My work has ranged from church ware to trophies, gifts, awards and bespoke commissions for tableware and object d'art. I enjoy making silverware that has a function. I like to think that my silver will be used for all sorts of occasions and bring enjoyment and pleasure for many years and be handed down through future generations to become family heirlooms.


In 2008 I became a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths. A great honour.


Some of my recent work has been inspired by my travels in Japan and walking through the bamboo forests near to Kyoto. Truly magical.


The round 16-1 Jigsaw was first made for Christmas 2007 when we had sixteen of the family for lunch. Each left with their own engraved piece of the jigsaw.


I hope you enjoy looking at my web site.


Please contact me if I can be of help.