Inspired by Scotland

Buildings, legends, lost cultures and landscapes, all have impressed Sheila and led to collections dedicated to many different aspects of Scotland's heritage. Sheila travels throughout Scotland to her own shops and many stockists and often reaches for her sketch pad as a form, colour or moment sparks another idea.

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Bluebell

A beautiful flower at home in ancient woodlands all over Scotland and associated with fairies in folklore tales.

Captivate

Cascading water in Scotland’s burns erodes rocks and stones leaving small granules caught in crevices downstream.

Castle

Castle

Castles throughout the country were symbols of power, wealth and strength many hundreds of years ago. Most of these buildings have stood the test of time to present day. Their beautiful features such as ramparts gave Sheila inspiration for this collection.

Celtic Rings

Celtic Rings

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.

Celtic Trinity

Celtic Trinity

Based on the Triquetra, or Trinity Knot, found in Celtic art and symbolic of the Holy Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, ever three, indivisible.

Lomond Reflections

Lomond Reflections

Sheila's inspiration came from one of her husband Rick's photographs. He captured the mountains reflected in the still waters of Loch Lomond, a wonderful dawn moment. Scotland has such natural beauty one cannot fail to be inspired.

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Lunar

Inspired by stone carvings from the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney.

Lunar Bright

Lunar in bright and beautiful new enamel colours, this design shows Sheila's unique colourways exceptionally well.

Lunar Pearl

A contemporary collection inspired by the ancient art of our ancestors.

Maid of the Loch

Maid of the Loch

This collection was inspired by the Celtic symbol design on the Maid of the Loch paddle steamer at Loch Lomond, Scotland. A handsome kiltpin for men is also included in this collection along with matching cufflinks.

Celtic Orkney

Orkney's Celtic Connection

This collection is based around an 8th century brooch found in a Norse grave at Pierowall on the island of Westray in Orkney.

Paisley Leaf

Paisley Leaf

The Paisley design originated from motifs representing the date palm leaf in Babylon over 2000 years ago. As well as providing the fundamental necessities of food and shelter, this ‘Tree of Life’ was also a symbol of growth and fertility. The design is named after the Scottish town where luxurious cashmere shawls were produced in the Victorian era to imitate examples brought home from India, hence the name ‘Paisley Pattern’ was born.

Robert The Bruce

Inspired by the sword of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots. A determined warrior, Robert’s battles won recognition of Scotland as an independent kingdom for 300 years.

Saltire

Saltire

Inspired by Scotland's national flag which is steeped in history. It is thought to be the oldest national flag in Europe.

Stags Head

Stags Head

Inspired by the majestic deer which roam the Scottish mainland. They are one of Scotland's the most iconic wildlife species and are admired by many for their beauty and presence in the landscape.

Sweetheart

Sweetheart

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.

Thistle

Thistle

The Scottish Thistle is derived from the famous Scottish flower that blooms in a beautiful purple colour in the Highlands of Scotland. The thistle is a world-renowned Scottish symbol.