Gail grew up in Manchester and trained there in Wood, Metal and Ceramics before awarded an RCA bursary to take her MA in Jewellery and Silversmithing at the Royal College of Art in London. She now specialises in acrylic jewellery and has attracted a large and enthusiastic following, not just in the UK but in many overseas countries too.
This innovative jewellery has evolved by continuous experimentation with modern acrylic materials. The pattern and drawing refract dense colour with metallic gold and silver undertones across smooth and sculpted surfaces. These interact with the organic curvature and geometry of the highly polished optical-quality acrylic shapes creating shimmering, ever changing iridescence. Though bold, the jewellery is designed to adorn and flatter the wearer and is suitable with either casual or formal clothing and is comfortable and easy to wear for both everyday and special occasions. Like the Bakelite jewellery of the 1930′s, these elegant and striking designs will become the classics of tomorrow.
Care instructions: Solvents can damage acrylic, so please keep jewellery away from perfume, insect repellents, aerosols, hair spray, hand cream, sun lotions, foundation, moisturisers or any other substances containing solvents. In case of contact, wash off immediately with soap and water, dry well. Do not expose to strong light (in particular red coloured pieces). When not being worn put each piece in its own bag to minimise scratching.