It is my hope to make exquisite pieces of artisanal jewellery. Pieces that will be easy to wear and that will last a lifetime.It takes time and patience to carefully craft each piece but I am passionate about the process. If it speaks to you, I hope you will choose a piece of jewellery from Cynabar.
What are some of my inspirations? Modern paintings, dance, organic shapes, ethnic jewellery, Japanese textiles, nature, sterling silver and rough cut gem stones.
I like simple delicate pieces. Several things worn layered together, or sometimes one statement piece.
My husband sees a pagan influence and I, a simple modern aesthetic. Where do these creative forces meet? Cynabar !
A lot of my energetic focus has been concentrated on my students. Working as a Jewellery Instructor for over 2 decades has kept me learning and evolving.
Cynabar Jewellery has also been strongly influenced by the varied tastes of my 2 daughters and muses and by the fact that I was a jewellery buyer sourcing product for several years.
Now, I make my own silver jewellery to be worn, collected and enjoyed. I am passionate about making artisanal silver jewellery that is beautiful as well as wearable. It takes much time and patience to carefully craft each piece.
If it speaks to you, I hope you will choose a piece of jewellery from Cynabar.
My team includes photographers, Anthony Mclean and Polina Terleeva. Francois Tremblay and Samuel Cormier provide translation.