Beautiful jewellery designed by fine jeweller Emily Richardson
We love a bit of sparkle and glamour at Swanton Morley House so we were delighted when fine jeweller Emily Richardson chose our venue to shoot her new jewellery collections last September.
Taking inspiration from Salvador Dali and the love of his paintings Emily wanted to create a romantic and theatrical story to showcase her stunning jewellery and chose Swanton Morley House for its unique “garden rooms” which we have within our beautiful grounds.
Emily’s creative team for the shoot included Tori Hancock the photographer (who is also a highly recommended wedding photographer), Elinor Skrupski the model with glowing red hair and Dominika Kroczak for make-up and hair styling.
The first part of the shoot was near our glasshouse and hot borders which were still bursting with late summer colour, other images were shot in our meadow with Elinor chasing butterflies. The stumpery at the edge of our woodland was used to create some dramatic imagery and tall ladders were also used beside our Mediterranean courtyard to literally reach into the clouds! Each of these areas perfectly complimented Emily’s new Rose, Butterfly, Clock and Cloud collections which include necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings.
We think these elegant pieces of jewellery would be perfect for brides on their wedding day, perhaps as a special gift from the groom! Emily also designs engagement and wedding rings and with a bespoke design service her clients are able to create one-of-a kind pieces of jewellery that are truly personal.
We love the final results and for more information and for a closer look at Emily’s work please visit Emily Richardson Jewellery.