22 c & Fine gold 40 mm diameter pendant with blue opal

Opal & gold pendant 2 redPicture 139

Above a covered cup in 18 & 22 carat gold and with 82 cabochen garnets, 10″ tall, and ‘such as Thomas a Becket might have owned but in your style’, as my client requested.

Below a ‘chased’ silver fruit dish with a detachable base as a candlestick.

112bR-w1750-h1750'Chased' silver fruit dish with a detachable candle stick basewine-coaster

Above one of a pair of commissioned wine coasters st with moonstones.

2 stemmed goblets POSTER

Above two goblets, repousse with applied wire decoration and gold plated liners.

Chased silver dish
Chased silver dish, gold prize winner 2014

Below three chased dishes to win gold in ‘chasing’ at Goldsmith’s in 2016.




The candlesticks , Cross and chalice below were commissioned for a private church. They all have gold detail, the chalice is set with topaz and the Cross has a bronze centre and halo.

Silver with gold detail
Alter Cross in silver and bronze with gold detail
silver, bronze and gold detail
modern silver and gold chalice handcrafted by Wally Gilbert
Silver set with topaz and with gold detail
Tea caddy
silver tea caddy

Tea caddy c

3 beakers xxx

Above three examples of beakers with repousse, wire decoration, gold detail, set with     cabochen garnets and peridot and with gold plated liners.

Commissioned bespoke handcrafted silver tea pot
Commissioned silver tea pot. This was to an architects design.

Mace composite

Above a Mace for Hereford Cathedral

Topaz beaker

Above a beaker set with London topaz, applied wire detail and gold plated inner liner

Baptismal shell
A commission for a Baptismal shell. James asked for something of ‘mine’ rather than a standard silver scallop shell. As is usual I would be hard put to say where the idea came from.

3A2DX                                 Above a ‘weed vase’ in patinated bronze and silver.

bowl 7x

Above a wood and repousse silver fruit bowl. The wood is oak burr.

Chased Copper dish
One of three copper dishes made as a result of travelling and working in New Zealand and Australia in 2003 I sold them this year to somebody who saw them at a previous Goldsmiths Fair and always regretted not buying one, or three.

Below a processional silver cross for a parish church

Wired side of cross X