Jewellery designer and goldsmith Deborah Murdoch, finds inspiration in architecture, ancient artefacts and unique precious stones. Each piece of jewellery is made using traditional techniques such as reticulation, hand-forging and stone setting.
Deborah has a passion for travel and this can be seen in her own personal collection of luxurious gemstones, which include garnets, sapphires and rare colours of unique cabochons that give her jewellery that contemporary feel. All jewellery pieces are carefully crafted by hand.
Deborah studied at the prestigious Glasgow School of Art in jewellery, then moved onto study diamonds through the Gemmological Institute of America. After her studies she began her jewellery career at the renowned Hamilton and Inches Jewellers in Edinburgh, after this she then set up her own jewellery business.
Deborah is now based at her homeland in the beautiful West Coast of Scotland working from her own artist/jeweller studio.