Although I was born in Penzance in 1967, I moved with my family to the island of Lismore when I was eight and have spent most of my life in Argyll since.

Coming from a family of artists (my father, John Cheney, was a potter and a lecturer in ceramics and my mother, Pat Cheney, is a jeweller) I suppose it was inevitable that their influence would rub off on me eventually. I dabbled a little in working with clay but found that it really was not for me. However, having learned all the aspects of working within a jewellery production workshop whilst working for my Mum, I decided to go out on my own.

As my young family increased, I found it difficult to work consistently as a jeweller so I gave up for a few years. For the last four years I have been working for a local sail maker but decided that I wanted to make my own jewellery again as it is a passion that simply would not go away.

I work in silver and gold with a small range of traditional hot glass enamel . My work has been described as very organic and botanical. I have a great love of, and interest in, plants which, I think, is evident in my designs. I am also strongly influenced by the environment in which I choose to live – the movement of the sea, the ever-changing light and the spectacular scenery of the west of Scotland.

8 Strand multi heart
leaf with pearl drops
Silver and 9ct gold Orbit
Silver long heart leaft pendant
Wave pendant
Silver and 9ct gold Multi heart necklace
Large window pendant
Silver and 9ct gold Daisy

If you are interested in my work please contact me for any further information at:
- Tel: 01631 710112


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