Inspired by Love
Love comes in many forms. Whether you want to delight your partner, a member of your family or a special friend these collections are all about love. Flowers, stories and symbols of love encapsulated in silver, gold, palladium and platinum. See also our Rings and Wedding & Love sections.
A beautiful flower at home in ancient woodlands all over Scotland and associated with fairies in folklore tales.
A Celtic ring shape is a symbol of continuity as is the continuous interlacing in Celtic knot work. These rings are often used as wedding bands but can also be worn as a fashion accessory. All styles of these matching ladies and men’s rings are available in almost any size and can be made in silver, 9ct, 18ct, palladium or platinum.
These stunning collections of diamond solitaire, constellation and trilogy rings are available in Gold, Palladium and Platinum set with diamonds. Other precious stones available on request.
Silver and gold wires complement each other to create a free flowing diamond set form. The Kiss collection is a romantic interpretation inspired by the natural wild grasses of the windswept northern landscape.
This design is popularly known as the Lover's knot, two intertwined lines knit together to make one whole pattern. Its history stretches back many centuries to the art of the Celts. Sheila has restyled these knots into designs for matching suites of jewellery. The interlocking knot still has significant meaning for two people wishing to pledge their devotion.
The ancient Ogham script reads 'A Blessing on the Soul'.
Primula Scotica exists only in Orkney, Caithness and North Sutherland on maritime heath. Orkney sites include Yesnaby on the Orkney Mainland and the outer Islands of Rousay, Westray, Papay, Sanday and South Walls. Miraculously, the intense purple and yellow flowers of the delicate ‘Scottish Primrose’ survive amid the raging winds on our exposed coastal heath land.
The Reef Knot takes its name and design from one of the best known and popular knots, commonly popular with generations of sailors. With a single tug of the hand, the knot is released, allowing the sail to fill once again. The simple symmetry and grace of the knot is transformed into this elegant collection.
These elegant free flowing designs were inspired by the natural ripples that can be found on sand after water has passed over it. They cast delicate shadows against the golden sheen of the beach, shimmering in the light.
In Scottish lore, the Rowan tree has been held as a ‘Tree of Life’, a protector from harm. The familiar silhouette of the tree itself is an expression of strength, endurance and hope, with the berries symbolising life and renewal. Throughout history, many cultures of the world have venerated trees, believing them to have divine and magical powers.
Hearts of Silver and Gold are reversible and can be worn either way, depending on which side the wearer wishes to reveal. The gold heart can be set with a diamond and the silver heart can be enamelled with passion pink.
Walking through the woodland at Forss in Caithness, the dense carpet of delicate winter Snowdrops gave Sheila the inspiration to design this floral collection.
Following a visit to Sweetheart Abbey in the rich countryside of Dumfries and Galloway, Sheila was moved to create this collection. The Abbey was founded in 1273 by Lady Devorgilla of Galloway in memory of her late husband John Balliol. The monks were so moved by her enduring love that they named it Sweetheart Abbey in her memory after she died in 1289.