Lisa Hutton

I started making jewellery 10 years ago from my dining room table making beaded bracelets, necklaces and other simple items selling at local school and Christmas fetes.

Having saved any profit from these events,  I bought a basic set of jewellery tools and booked myself onto a silver ring jewellery workshop where I learned how to forge and solder silver.

I am however mostly self-taught through reading books, scouring Youtube and with lots of trial and error. These are the foundations I’ve used to produce the jewellery I make today.

I now have a large studio in my home dedicated to Limezest Jewellery which is furnished with many special tools (my Husband says I love my tools too much).

I have been given commissions to make some beautiful one-off pieces of jewellery over the years. It’s such a pleasure working with my clients to turn their ideas into a wearable piece of jewellery they will treasure for years to come.

“Beautiful things really do come in small packages”