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.
This sterling silver pendant features a rough quartz point in a stunning peacock blue.