So I finally did it! Got myself organised, got onto a great website called Etsy (That I spend way too much time on to start with) and opened up my own little Etsy Store.
Exciting hey! Well I hope so. Fingers crossed this is a new way for me to spread my jewellery fingers across the globe and start reaching more people.
My store is called Amy Robson Jewellery and looks like this:
So far I have put a few pieces up from my Rocks Collection and will follow with some new stuff soon.
Click this link to check it out yourself:
Let me know what you think, all feedback is greatly appreciated and share it with your friends if you think my jewellery could be right up their alley 🙂
Cleo snuck a nice little write up on my Rock Rings into their November 2012 issue. So happy to be shown amongst some great designers and grateful to be recognised as the new jewellery designer on the scene.
Check it out
Here’s to being a jewellery designer!!!!! The sky is my limit.
Happiness is an understatement when I describe how I feel about this piece of jewellery. I feel privileged to be chosen as the jeweller to make this and I have never been so pleased with a finished piece.
It was a gift from a loving husband to his wife to celebrate 1 love, 3 sons and 20 years of marriage.
This was my first time working with diamonds and I now know that there really is something about diamonds that make ladies a bit loopy.
I recently received a lovely email from Liz and Tania, the fashion gurus behind some wear.com.au. These 2 pretties work for Cleo Magazine and have their fingers on the fashion pulse, so when they asked me to be interviewed for their fashion blog I was pretty shocked. Me ………… a designer. Well yes I am and although it might not be clothes, I can make some really cool jewellery (sometimes).
Here’s the link to my 10 question interview and while you are there check out some of the latest trends they are following. These girls have a sharp eye.
Sometimes us jewellers get to play around in our studios making things just for fun. Well this is my just for fun piece, a work in progress.
A chainsaw pendant handmade from 925 silver.
It’s small, wearable and weighty. Initial inspiration came from the first chainsaw made, it has evolved from there to be a fun wearable mini sculpture
On this sun drenched Sunday I made a trip to Newcastle to meet one half of the team who started Studio Melt. Angela Hailey is also a jeweller, a very talented one, and has opened this great new space where you can buy handmade jewellery, home wares and fashion.
It’s a great space with huge potential and I am really happy to be selling my jewellery there. If you’re ever in the neighborhood, you should stop in for a look and then enjoy a coffee with lunch at one penny black a few doors down.
Working on something pretty special at the moment, its a secret, but all will be revealed soon. What I can say is it has diamonds in it….lots of them and I got to go diamond shopping for the first time.
When someone buys something you’ve made with your own hands it’s a pretty amazing feeling. Then when that person blogs about it to tell their network how much they love it, the warm fuzzies go through the roof. This is what one happy lady had to say and I am so thrilled I just had to share it. For the full site click here
Thanks Winter! People like you are the reason designers are able to make as a living. We really appreciate it.
Feeling buzzed about my Rock Rings appearing on the cover of Who Magazine this August. Fingers crossed someone notices.
Yay! The Rocks Collection is now available through Frosting Marketplace. They approached me recently to sell the full collection on their new site and I was absolutely over the moon (as you would be, Frosting is awesome!). So here it is! To visit the full site click here
Support Australian design, appreciate handmade and encourage creativity!!!!!!!!!