Published: 20 January 2017
From her studio positioned on a sprawling 350 acre property in Gidgegannup, on Western Australia's darling scarp, fourth generation silversmith Bethamy Linton creates her nature inspired jewellery pieces.
Having grown up in the Linton family workshops, it was only natural Bethamy developed a keen interest in jewellery and metal object design. Joining the family business restoring antiques and making silver flatware at 16, she later honed her skills during a fine jewellery apprenticeship and mentorships.
She went on to work as a silversmith and gallery director, before launching her eponymous jewellery line in 2007.
Four years ago, a tree change from Perth to the hills inspired a seismic shift in her work, and today Bethamy's jewellery collections are inspired by her ever-changing natural surroundings.
We have just received Bethamy's latest collection Florescence in-store, and we'e thrilled to now showcase a selection of her bold and sculptural jewellery pieces.
Made from anodised titanium and sterling silver, the range is a celebration of the Western Australian wildflower season, and includes simple shapes with floral details as well as show-stopping pieces.
Pop in-store to see this stunning collection soon!