Perth artist Geraldine Free started making jewellery four years ago after beginning her training with short courses at the Freemantle Arts Centre.
Following her passion, Geraldine learned traditional jewellery manufacture through a trade based course in a private Perth studio. The course taught her many different techniques that she enjoys incorporating into her pieces. Some of these techniques include Keum Boo, hammering, texturing, etching, enamelling and lost wax casting.
Geraldine has travelled extensively and uses memories or images from her travels as well as gemstones and crystals which she loves.
Geraldine has discounted some of her items to make way for new stock next year.
These sterling silver and 9ct gold spinning rings are a great Christmas gift, think of them as the adult version of a fidget spinner! Each ring is a very sturdy 14mm wide with interesting etched and oxidised designs on the silver band. Usually retailing for $399, they are now $340 each between now and Christmas. View Geraldine's entire collection including these spinner rings here.
Sterling silver etched geometric earrings are on sale from $73 down to $50. 50mm long and 10mm wide with a contemporary look. The sterling silver geometric etched wolf pendant is suspended between black lava stone beads finished off with a sterling silver clasp. Measuring 45cm long with the main pendant 28x24mm in size, this necklace is on sale from $190 down to $165.
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