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Wedding jewellery commission

This time last week I was enjoying my lovely sister's wedding (I can't believe it's been a week already!). 
As a wedding gift I made jewellery for the bridal party, which turned out to be 10 pieces of jewellery! 4 pairs of cufflinks and 6 pendants. I made them all out of Art Clay Silver.

The style of the cufflinks, for the groom and his three best men, was chosen by my brother in law. He wanted initials on them but also wanted them to be a little different so we decided to make the edges of the cufflinks raw, which I did with a metal file before firing. The lettering was professionally engraved.
My sister asked me to put YNWA on her husband-to-be's cufflinks as a surprise. He's a big Liverpool fan and it stands for You'll Never Walk Alone. Awwww.

Fine silver cufflinks by Campbell Hall Designs

I made the bridesmaids these bee pendants with their initials on the back. I also made some smaller round bee pendants for my sister's new nieces (not pictured).

Customised bee pendants by Campbell Hall Designs

Do let me know if you would like to commission any jewellery. You can find some listings in my etsy shop but if what you see there isn't quite right do contact me here


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