Is a Jeweller based in London
Some years ago I was at a crossroads and had to decide what to do with time on my hands. I wanted to do something that would be interesting, engaging and creative!.
I enrolled in some Jewellery making classes, including beading and I have now been making silver jewellery for the past 6 years. I enjoy the company of my peers and look forward to designing and making jewellery using new techniques like fold forming, riveting, enamelling, kuemboo and many more.
Much of my work is inspired by nature - shapes, colours & textures.
I try to create pieces that will draw the eye to it and make pieces which enable movement. Often a piece will have multiple elements to it just so that it swings.
I have my own hallmark with the London Assay Office and all required pieces are hallmarked in accordance with the current legislation. A copy of my makers stamp is pictured below.
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Hand Crafted Silver Jewellery
Heath Robinson Museum - The Makers Art - Oct 2018
Rashmi specialists in designing and hand making decorative silver pieces that are inspired by nature. Her rhythmical pieces are often enhanced with precious and semi-precious stones which reflect her particular love of flower colours.
Optima Magazine - Nov 2018
Rashmi takes inspiration from the natural world. She's passionate about organic forms.
She also enjoys using pieces of antique lace - it'a a way of creating really personal pieces of jewellery.