Meet the maker Tanith Rouse

I trained at the Birmingham School of Jewellery achieving a BA (Hons) in Silversmithing and Jewellery. I have always loved making jewellery from a variety of materials. I particularly enjoy using aluminium because it's lightweight, versatile and above all, potentially colourful.
I hand dye, paint and print the aluminium and then seal the colour in so that it becomes a permanent part of the metal. I always file, emery and wire wool the edges, this gives a professional finish and nice clean lines.

I'm inspired by nature, particularly the sea, which is why so many of my pieces are blue or green!

I currently sell my jewellery in shops, galleries and at craft fairs.

Your item will be wrapped in tissue and placed in a gift bag made from organza and packed in a padded envelope.

I will post your item (1st class UK) within a maximum of 3 working days of payment being received. I will email you to let you know your item is on its way and I will retain proof of postage.

If you are not happy with your purchase, I will offer a refund (minus P & P costs) if the item is returned in its original condition within 14 working days of receipt. Buyer is to pay return postage. Please contact me first before returning an item.

Silver chain and earhooks can be cleaned with a silver cloth or silver dip. Please do not clean the aluminium in this way. Aluminium can be cleaned with soapy water.
As with all jewellery, avoid spraying directly with perfumes. Please note, my jewellery is hand made so there may be slight imperfections such as tiny specks in the dye on the reverse of the jewellery.