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Jewellery Collections

Worn today, worn tomorrow & cherished forever

Conscious Choice


The Candescent Project commissioned Stacey to produce jewellery using gold sourced from Oro Verde in Colombia and fairly traded gemstones with funding from Cordaid & CAFOD. The two jewellery pieces that she designed were featured in an exhibition called 'Green Gold'. As the name suggests the gold is mined without the use of chemicals and the working practices of the small-scale mines are fair and environmentally friendly. Stacey was also sponsored to visit Colombia to assist with the design development and research process of the jewellery for the exhibition which was held at the Art Workers Guild, Bloomsbury, London, during Coutts London Jewellery Week in June 2009.

A Conscious Choice jewellery collection is the continuation of these jewellery designs and additional pieces are currently been developed for this collection. Stacey supports fair-trade and responsible mining initiatives and avidly invites commissions that support this ethos.

Click here for more info about In Search of Green Gold.

Encapsulated Raindrop


Encapsulated Raindrop Collection is inspired by redwood bark which has been enlarged thousands of times under a microscope. These delicate lace like settings allow light to reveal the true colour and beauty of the gemstones set within. This setting was designed to encapsulate a spherical gemstone, specifically a pearl to avoid drilling such a beautiful and precious object. Encapsulated Raindrop rings can be worn separately, stacked together with each other or combined with Natural Instinct rings. 

Atomic Beauty


Atomic Beauty is a  fusion of two of Stacey Whale's jewellery collections 'Encapsulated Raindrop' and 'Natural Instinct'. This collection is always evolving and can consist of stacking rings, or when components of both collections are fused together to make up a beautiful piece of jewellery. Jewellery pieces can feature many combinations of stunning precious and semi-precious gemstones including pairing up blue sapphires with blue topaz, pink tourmalines with pink quartz, black diamonds with labradorite, enhanced blue diamonds, with black moonstone. Inspiration and combinations are endless, so if you would like to be alerted when new creations are born subscribe to my news

Cultures Unite


Cultures Unite ring designs were inspired by a simple spiral motif, repeated, mirrored and arranged in several different ways. The spiral (koru in Maori) is such a commonly used design in New Zealand, so I research spirals in other cultures and found that it was universal. I like to think that it can be seen as a common thread that binds and unites different cultures together. These rings are created to be worn by either male or female and can be created in any precious metal. I am currently working on finer and narrower versions using the most up to date, state of the art, modern jewellery manufacturing techniques, which excites, delights and inspires me to keep pushing boundries and to continue creating. Watch this space or subscribe to my news to keep up with my progress and to be informed when new designs are in the cabinet and for sale online.



My multi-award winning Illusion Collection is a extraordinary and unique collection that was judged by some of the top industry professionals in the UK jewellery industry. It won the gold award at the UK Goldsmiths Craftsmanship & Design Awards for technological innovation, prototyping, fine jewellery and received a scholarship from the Gemmological Association of Great Britian. This collection is popular amonst those with a fine discerning eye and is truely unique and special. These designs feature moving gemstones set under a magnifying lense giving the illusion that they are floating or suspended in liquid.  This is a high end jewellery collection and is created in precious gold or platinum.

This collection is currently on hold, so please subscribe to my news for updates if you want to be in the loop as to when I am back making this exciting signature range.

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