This collection is fully dedicated to Sepia officinalis, otherwise known as the Common Cuttlefish.
Beautiful ridged pendants, rings and earrings are created by using an ancient technique: 
A pattern is scraped into two cuttlebone halves. See how it is made here or visit the main website to watch the video shot in the workshop.
These are used as a mould, hot metal is poured through an opening. Once cooled down the piece can be removed and the amazing structure of natural growth-rings becomes visible instantly.
The beaks are used as master-pattern for earrings, pendants and rings, cast in silver and set with white fresh-water pearls. 
Each piece is unique, hand-crafted by the designer herself and, as for the sea-creatures, pot-caught just off the Dorset coast.