Mary Hinde
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My Events

Jewellery Fair
6 Apr 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00
The Jewellery Fair, Great Chesterford.
Jewellery Fair

July Open Studios

Cambridge Open Studios 2021
Cambridge Open Studios 2021


Wimpole Hall (11th & 12th) & Ely Cathedral (17th & 18th Nov) Christmas Fairs 2017
Two lovely venues, packed with gorgeous gifts for the festive season.
Wimpole Hall (11th & 12th) & Ely Cathedral (17th & 18th Nov) Christmas Fairs 2017
Quite Contrary Jewellery at Cambridge Open Studios 2017
See Cambridge jeweller Mary Hinde at work in her studio this July.
Quite Contrary Jewellery at Cambridge Open Studios 2017
Mary Hinde's Christmas Open Studio
Christmas Opening Days - Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th December 11am-5pm From stocking fillers to special gifts.
Mary Hinde's Christmas Open Studio

jewellery & pearls
Elegant, timeless handmade jewellery. Pearls and semi-precious stones are central to my work often with handmade silver elements. Restringing welcome.
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I trained at The Sir John Cass School of Art and Design in London, learning both Silversmithing & Jewellery. This was a great opportunity for me to explore my passion for jewellery and historic jewels.

Working with a wide range of materials, including pearls often combined with semi-precious stones and unusual minerals. Each piece is unique. Using hand made Sterling silver beads or focal elements and unusual clasps to create a contemporary but classic look. Jewellery is an everyday luxury, discrete but noticeable, that should make you feel special.

Clients are welcomed to come and choose their own strand of pearls and clasp. The length, size of pearl and style are all important factors that can be decided together before work begins on your bespoke piece.

Remodelling older pieces and heirlooms is very satisfying, breathing new life into, and making them wearable again. A piece need not be valuable, sentimental items bring joy.  Often restringing is all that is needed, but sometimes shortening and a new clasp makes the difference between lying unused and unloved in a drawer and being worn & cherished again.