For those who were born in the month of June the Pearl is the traditional birthstone. The June birthstone poem reflects some of the properties with which the Pearl is associated – loyalty, faithfulness and friendship. The Traditional Metaphysical Properties for the June Birthstone Pearl are modesty, chastity and purity. The healing properties of the June birthstone are reputed to be effective for health problems relating to the heart, spleen, stomach, intestine & ulcer problems. The Pearl is also used to enhance personal integrity. The traditional color associated with the Pearl is the milky white color and was strongly favored as a popular gem in Victorian jewelry. Pearls come in a wide variety of colors ranging from white to black. The color of a pearl…
Hurray! We’re back to Roundstone for the summer! Every Sunday in summer- Lynsey de Burca Jewellery will be trading at the Roundstone Market. Runs from 11am-4pm Sundays. The friendliest market around!- we have everything from craft-food-art and lovely traders!
Inspired by the organic forms of seaweed; this is a new sterling silver large neckpiece with beautiful cuts of lava.
Thinking about new pieces for the summer; this is a piece which I completed recently. A start off piece for a new line of light fresh interlinking chains. Fresh, light and organic.
Congrats to all the winners at this years Irish Fashion Innovation Awards! I was delighted to be nominated for Jewellery Designer of the Year. The night was a great success! It was a joy to see such great Irish design. I met so many great designers and had a lot of fun on the night. A big thanks to the Golden Egg team for putting on such a wonderful production, the Galway City Enterprise Board for their help and support, My trusted retailers and to my “Winning Streak” style gang of family and friends!
Thanks to Julia for the fab photos she took at lastyears Local Craft fair in the Black Box. What a weekend! The place was full of life with music, food, craft, chat, customers, friends and craic! I did a demo on Sunday on how to make a large silver neckpiece- i think i made a bit of a rackett! I dont think people realised how noisy jewellery making can be- especially when you’re hammering like a lunatic on an iron stake- great fun though! It was so lovely to meet so many new people and to chat to my customers. I really enjoyed explaining the making process behind the pieces. So that people do know that it is handmade and is created here in Galway. Im very grateful…
I’m bursting with excitement! Just heard that I’m a finalist in the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards – “Jewellery Designer of the year” category 2014. woohoo!
Ooh! I’ve gone all trendy like!-check out my new delivery of stones to match Springs Pantone Colour Trends. Cant wait to make some new pieces with these beauties!
Feeling very inspired recently!- A recent commission prompted me to research ancient Celtic jewellery- such as beautiful lunulaes, torcs and Bronze Age brooches. Ireland has a stunning and rich collection of fantastic ancient Celtic jewellery artefacts. Focusing on Irish heritage, i also started looking at the history of Aran knitting ( a source of inspiration that i always come back to- as it was the basis for my entire degree collection). I started to combine the 2 sources and came up with this round viking knit pendent- the first of a new collection for me!