Ruth Mary's style and innovation to create precious metal lace jewellery was sparked by the discovery of a lacemaking technique called 'tatting'. It opened up Pandora's box of possibilities - except that Ruth's work is nothing like Pandora.
Ruth Mary was thrilled to be among six emerging designers chosen from a record-breaking 100+ applicants to showcase at the 2018 International Jewellery London trade show.
How do you get from lace to the finished jewellery piece? Find out by watching this video!
I recently had the pleasure of delving into the depths of the lace archives at Nottingham Trent University and Bonnington Gallery. It was an absolutely feast for the eyes of any lacemaker and really showcased the extraordinary Nottingham lace making heritage.
Ruth Mary has designed a set of unique lace bridal hair accessories, which go far beyond a stunning hair-do for your wedding day. You can now have hair jewellery transformed into a necklace and earrings set to wear on repeat for years to come!