Ellis Mhairi Cameron creates sculptural fine jewellery, inspired by her Scottish heritage. Created by hand in her London studio, Ellis uses traditional techniques, such as wax carving, to give her pieces their signature rugged aesthetic. At the foundation of her brand is a belief in the beauty of imperfections, hand craftsmanship and a desire to provide clients with beautifully made fine jewellery, which can be handed down through the generations.
Ellis: “The collections are made specifically in gold and diamonds, not only for their beauty, but for their longevity. I believe that jewellery should not be left only for special occasions, but worn and enjoyed every day, to eventually be passed down through the generations. I create sculptural gold jewellery, inspired by my Scottish heritage. Growing up in the Highlands of Scotland, I fell in love with its’ history; the ancient buildings, the rugged sea scape, and the many artefacts and jewellery hoards which have been found buried within the earth. I find beauty in the irregular, the imperfect and the eroded. On the farmland of my grandparents, we have found incredible pieces of history – segments of rings, vessels, knives and swords – ancient parts of history. These objects have informed my designs as a huge source of inspiration. My collections have been inspired by the historical relationship Scotland has with talismans; objects created throughout our history and worn as forces of protection, as well as aesthetic beauty. I reference these ideas to create jewellery that is organic and erosive, yet imminently wearable.”
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