We have some gorgeous new pieces in by designer Sarah Lindsay. Sarah mixes vibrant colour pallettes from acrylic dust which is then heat treated to form solid slices. These  pools of plastic are then combined with nylon, silk thread and oxidised silver.

Since leaving the Royal College of Art in 2002 Sarah has developed the collection mixing opaque and translucent, solid and speckled colours.  Her  innovative technique means that no two are ever quite the same. As art mimics nature they are often mistaken for agate slices.

The ‘Dust Collection’ comprises of a wide selection of earrings. Also featured are necklaces with magentic catches which lay flat against the skin, pendants, brooches, and ‘wrap’ bangles where colours merge from one to another. We are currently displaying the collection in our window where the light floods through the pieces like stained glass.

Rita Baek has created a new range of stunning serene jewellery using nylon mesh. The pieces are hand dyed in a range of sophisticated nude pinks, muted greens and indigo. The mesh is flexible and tactile.

Here at Gill Wing we love pearls, but are not really twin set and pearls kinda girls. So any new jewels that do pearls with a twist are appreciated. Necklaces feature faux pearls that can be twisted and knotted to adjust the length to suit your style. More pictures to follow.

Another wonderful thing about this range is it is easy on the eyes and easy on the wallet, with rings starting at just £20.