Truffle Jewellery by Karen Kirk and Melissa Waddingham

Karen Kirk a wonderful London jeweller has transformed my ideas of truffle jewellery into a reality. We have collaborated our skills, flare and innovation and now producing some wonderful truffle jewellery made from my personal finds here on the South downs. A “Sussex Black Gold” range of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, a ring and finally a dog tag for your truffle hound of course! All made from a variety of metals, some gold plated, some with rose gold, rhodium or solid silver. Prices and other castings will follow soon, watch this space….

A beautiful present for a truffle hunter or hound!  All pieces can be hand made to order in time for Christmas. If you are interested in any of these pieces please get in touch with me via e mail.

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ALL PHOTOS AND ITEMS OF JEWELLERY ARE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT 2014 MELISSA WADDINGHAM AND KAREN KIRK

Truffles in the pictures are courteous of Wiltshire Truffles, thank you!

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2 thoughts on “Truffle Jewellery by Karen Kirk and Melissa Waddingham

  1. Brilliant idea Melissa, love the transformation of “black gold” into gold and silver jewels that you can wear. Well done both. I think an entire mini truffle would be nice. Small is beautiful. I can also see a neckless in mattblack and gold truffle beads, but it would cost so much it would have to be in the British Museum. Presentation – in a box of earth perhaps?

    • Its all on the cards, whole truffle cufflinks in the moulds as we speak! Wow yes that would be amazing ha ha The bead idea was next among a few exciting ideas, thanks for liking!

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