This is one of our most popular designs. Two silver circles, one large and one small, intertwined and balanced on a delicate double silver chain. The handy extension chain allows for the length to be altered. Both sides of the circles carry a Gaelic sentimental message, uncover its meaning below …
Two silver circles linked together, beautifully balanced with a double silver chain. The handy extension chain allows the bracelet to be adjusted to fit most wrist sizes. A versatile and pretty bracelet with a special message, find out more below …
We love silver and gold together, it goes with everything so no need to worry about accessorizing! The silver and gold circles interlink and are balanced by a double silver chain. Can be worn at 16” or 18” due to a very handy extension chain. Discover the meaning of the inscription below.
Willow Tree is an intimate line of figurative sculptures representing sentiments of love, closeness, healing, courage, hope...all the emotions we encounter in life. "A tree can be a metaphor for strength, beauty and peace - qualities we all aspire to. The prayer is one of hope and healing; about living in the moment. The title is as much a prayer as the sentiment..." - Susan Lordi.
"'Thank You' is an expression we use daily... from an impersonal quick comment... to a more heart-felt appreciation of support from parents, family, friends, teachers, volunteers. I hope this piece can be used for all those circumstances when you want to say 'Thank You'..." - Susan Lordi.
"I like to walk in the tangles of my garden and discover little jewels that pop up or volunteer through the weeds. Usually not planned or cultivated, these colourful surprises never fail to make me smile. Like a spur-of-the-moment visit from a good friend who makes me laugh, these spontaneous happenings, however simple, can bring so much joy." - Susan Lordi.
"I carved this piece so that it could be viewed in the round.You get a different understanding on how you turn the piece. If you view from the side you can see their arms around eachother,looks like they're kissing. If you turn it & view it from where you can see their faces & clasped hands,it looks like they're dancing & it's a different piece. I like this duality of interpretation"-Susan Lordi.