There’s lots of lovely new jewellery going onto!

Today I’d like to show you my Celadon collection, with earrings and necklace in a casual cluster style. I’ve used some of my favourite colours here. Yes a total indulgence, but you have to make what you like, don’t you?!


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The necklace features my favourite stone – copper turquoise, with peridot and these gorgeous translucent Swarovski ‘chrysolite’ beads. The ‘chain’ they hang from is created by the wire each bead hangs from, I just love the simplicity.


celadon pearl silver necklace


The earrings have my handmade ear wires and again are a cluster made by the wires themselves with no copper turquoise this time.

I’ve added these designs to my Vintage Wedding Collection, do take a look!


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If you were looking for a daintier earring that goes with the Celadon necklace, you could look at my Dazzle earrings, in chrysolite.


dazzle swarovski chrysolite opal


Something else you might have noticed – my blog has had a little face lift! I loved my old theme, but don’t feel it was that user friendly. It seemed like lots of people looked at the front page, but didn’t really get to reading my posts. So, now that I have my new gallery and also my shop, I felt maybe I should go back to basics with the blog. I hope you like it :)

Rachel x

Rachel x

Rachel Lucie Johns

Hi! I'm Rachel, a jewellery designer-maker & nature photographer. My work is inspired by the gorgeous countryside around West Yorkshire & Art Deco design. This blog is where I share my creative life and inspiration. find out more ...


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    17th July 2013

    Love the new jewellery and also the new blog format. You’re right, it is easier to read, and also flick back through your early posts. Love hearing from you.

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      Rachel Lucie Johns

      17th July 2013

      thanks, Natasha! I have more jewellery to get on, I need to keep going as the kids are off school soon.
      And thanks for the feedback about the blog, it’s always lovely to hear from you! :)