Leonie makes fine, contemporary jewellery for everyday wear.
The main body of her work combines silver and gold. When the silver is oxidised the result is a distinctive contrast of black and gold.
More recently, Leonie has taken her work in a new direction, using enamel to introduce vibrant colour.
She also has a range of ‘bee’ jewellery – inspired by the bees she keeps on an allotment in North Oxford.
Because Leonie, herself, cannot wear earrings with ear wires she frequently makes earrings for non-pierced ears which are elegant, lightweight and comfortable.
All of Leonie’s jewellery is made with meticulous care and attention to detail.
Leonie will be exhibiting in a large, airy room in the house while Wendy Newhofer will be in her garden studio exhibiting her magical, kiln-formed glass.
All Covid safety measures will be carefully followed.
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