Lucy will be exhibiting her classic designs featuring gold and silver Acorns, bees, leaves and beetles.
Her more recent coastal collection is perfect for the summer, shells, pebbles and texture from sea urchins create a collection of rings, pendants, earrings and bracelets.
Lucy will be introducing more colour through stones for her Art week show, vibrant greens using emeralds and tourmaline, pinks and reds through rubies with a scattering of diamonds.
Lucy's love of the British countryside started as a child, her pockets often filled with seed heads and feathers.
Her love of the natural world and collecting has continued, her woodland finds are now displayed in her Oxfordshire studio, hanging from the walls and stored in old science jars.
Lucy believes you cannot compete with the beauty of nature, its perfect lines and textures, so uses it as directly as possible.
Taking moulds from her delicate finds, she casts into the cavity they leave, allowing her to create exact replicas of life in solid silver and gold that retain the finest details.
"These natural forms with beautiful textures would decay into the ground and be gone forever, with direct casting from them I've created something that will now be here forever, to be worn for a life time."
Lucy's engagement ring and wedding band collection are created from the simple lines of cow parsley stems, rye grass, lichen, leaves, twigs and seed heads.
Fragile leaf veins and stems clearly visible as they wrap around to form rings, all cast from British countryside plants with a scattering of diamonds.
The Great British stag beetle, bees and hawk moths have all been given a new life in solid silver and gold by the nature loving jeweller, her Hawk moth ring was chosen by costume designer Michele Clapton to be worn by Sansa Stark in the hit medieval TV series Game of Thrones.
Since completing her MA in jewellery and metalwork, Lucy has exhibited her work around the world, been published in many books and magazines, and exhibits at London's prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
Her work is worn by nature programme presenters and by the nations favourite Dame.
"My work is evolving all the time, as the seasons change, the inspiration is new once more."
Her most recent collection is the coastal collection.
This collection developed after many family trips to the Isles of Scilly, Devon, Cornwall and Wales, it features sea urchin textured rings and pebble and shell pendants in gold and silver.