When I first came to Buddhism in the mid 90's people began to approach me to repair their old Indian and Tibetan jewelry. Then gradually I was asked to make special peices that people couldn't find anywhere else, and so slowly a collection of dharma jewelry grew. 


I wanted to make this jewelry as beautiful and as precious as possible, so that it would inspire, remind and uplift the wearer and those who see it. I also wanted to bring these ancient symbols out into the modern world, where they could have a new life. I work as mindfully as possible with each piece and avoid cutting corners or doing things cheaply.

I am constantly trying to perfect my skills to create the finest dharma jewelry available.




 I will need an accurate ring size to make your ring.

I can use any national sizing system to make your ring the perfect size.







I want you to be happy with your jewelry, if however, you are not happy with your order, for whatever reason,

then you can either exchange it for something else, or get a full refund, including shipping.

In order to receive a full refund, please email me within 14 days of receiving your order, letting me know that 

you would like to return the item.

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Please return the item in its original condition and packaging, using an insured, tracked postal service.

Please note that you remain responsible for item until I recieve it. 

Once I have received the item, I will give you a full refund, including all postage, using the original payment method that you ordered with.





I was born in London in 1965 and educated at The City of London School. I studied Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art, and then went on to take a 4 year degree in Jewelry and Silversmithing at Sir John Cass School of Art, in the City of London. 

I have 30 years experience as professional jeweller, working in all areas of the UK Jewellery industry, from the Crown Jewellers to Vivienne Westwood.

I beagn making dharma jewelry in 1997 at my workshop on Eel Pie Island in London,

and in 2008 I established a workshop in the South of France.


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 Earlier this year I spent a month in India, Nepal and Sikkim, visiting many lamas and sacred sites. In Nepal I spent time in two different workshops, one belonging to an old Newari family in Pathan that specialised in very fine statue making, and the other belonging to a Kagyu monastery, near Swayumbu, that did exquisite repoussé work. I hope to incorporate some of what I learnt there in some new pieces. 

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May this be of benefit!