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Phoebe Walsh is a London based jeweller who creates botanical inspired jewellery that celebrates the humblest of forms in finely textured silver and gold, such as Blades of Common Grass. Her designs weave together elements from the natural world, myth and folklore. Forever the nature enthusiast, Phoebe seeks to connect her wearers to the life growing around us through her designs.


Phoebe uses 100% recycled gold and eco-silver with a strong focus on sustainable design. 


Phoebe began her career exhibiting as a sculptor and painter, before discovering her passion for jewellery. She received a First-Class Honours in Fine Art from the University of Leeds, before gaining her Jewellery Diploma at The British Academy of Jewellery. Phoebe has an active role in Hatton Garden and has been mentored by some of London's most renowned contemporary designers.


Above, Phoebe in her London studio where she hand makes every jewellery piece. Photo credit: Phoebe Wingrove.

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