Sable Cloud Jewellery

Sable Cloud started in 2016 after Tasha transformed her love of designing and crafting into a passion of working with silver.  Based in West Cornwall, Tasha designs and crafts every item by hand.

As an environmentally conscious business all decisions, between sketching jewellery designs and bringing pieces to you beautifully packaged, are made with sustainability and ecological responsibility in mind.  Wherever possible Tasha uses recycled and eco-friendly silver.  Recyclable gift packaging is hand-finished to ensure environmentally conscious decisions do not fully compromise aesthetic beauty.  Wherever possible, use of plastics in supplies brought in to Sable Cloud and packaging sent out is limited and recyclable and biodegradable options are used.

Jewellery is a luxury item and with this range we hope to bring you an option whereby you can make a more environmentally friendly decision in your purchasing.

 

Hi, thanks for visiting my website and sticking around long enough to read this.  I'm Tasha the designer and maker behind Sable Cloud.  A life long crafter, once I started working with silver in 2015, I knew I had found my passion.  Back then, when I started attending a class to learn, my weekly workshop time became something I could not wait for...I'd get that same feeling I had as a child waiting for my birthday to come round...so, it wasn’t long before I created a small workshop at home.  Working with precious metal fascinates me, the physical crafting mixed with the science is captivating; while gathering inspiration and sketching designs feeds the artistic yearn I have.  Inspiration for pieces comes from everywhere, the beautiful part of this country in which |live, photos taken on my travels,  sometimes from the metal itself.  My eye is caught by shapes and shadows, with the simplicity of a curve or line striking me.  There is something pure and edifying about being part of creating something from the inital inception of an idea, working the raw materials, through to a final piece.  

So, why Sable Cloud Jewellery?

Every cloud has a silver lining is a phrase I have often thought of when things go awry.

The origin of the phrase is most likely traced to John Milton's "Comus" (1634) with the lines,

Was I deceiv'd, or did a sable cloud
Turn forth her silver lining on the night?

The idea of this dark and stormy cloud turning has always been a powerful and galvanizing image for me.