Miriam Wade Jewellery

Jewellery Designer & Goldsmith from Westmeath

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Miriam Wade is an Irish goldsmith and designer from Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. It was her love of creating three-dimensional sculptural pieces as a child that encourages Miriam to study jewellery and metalwork at NCAD in Dublin. Miriam's design style can be defined as a combination of organic pattern and geometric form.

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Lios

€450

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

This double-sided pendant is inspired by the landscape of the Irish countryside. The intricate detail mimics the hilly fields and the monumental forts that can be seen throughout the Irish countryside.

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Flare Drop Earrings - Sterling Silver

€70

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

These brightly polished earrings are highly ornate with a cut out triangular pattern which symbolise the different relationship we develop throughout our lives. Each point of every triangle represent each relationship we form and how those connections grow further and expand. Measuring forty millimetres in length, they hang on handmade earring hooks and are an elegant pair of earrings to wear for any occasion.

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Flare Pendant - Sterling Silver

€130

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

This beautifully ornate pendant is geometric in design and form, it symbolises the different relationship we develop throughout our lives. Each point of every triangle represents each relationship we form and how those connections grow further and expand. With its high polished finish, the cutout pattern stands out and hangs on an 18-inch chain and is finished with a silver lobster catch.

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Le Chéile Linked Pendant

€270

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

This dainty linked pendant symbolises the close relationship a person has with a special person. This link is a bond so special and so strong that nothing could break it.

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Skyline "Looking Glass"

€170

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

This geometric circular pendant is inspired by the silhouetted cities and their landscape that was once so foreign to so many of us has become a symbol of a new start to those who have moved from home.

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Flow Pendant Rose Gold

€260

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

This dainty silver pendant symbolises the constant movement and flow of water. Each ripple starts small and expands and is caused by the slightest movement in the still water. This pendant although petit, captures the essence of the formation of the ripple. 9 carat Rose Gold.

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Flow ‘Pebble’ ring - Rose Gold

€335

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

Inspired by the pebbles along the shores of lough Ennell in Co. Westmeath, this ring echos the different shapes and sizes of the pebbles that I used to collect as a child. The softened edges of the ‘pebble’ ring contrasts with the geometric design of the ring. The brightly polished ring measures 2mm in width and can be made in a variety of sizes. Each ring is Irish hallmarked guaranteed and is beautifully simple and can be worn stacked for any occasion. 9ct rose gold

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Flow ‘Ripple’ Pendant - Yellow Gold

€450

by Miriam Wade Jewellery

This elegant geometric pendant is inspired by the ripples and waves of the lakes of Westmeath. As a child, I spent many Sunday afternoons playing by the shore of Lough Ennell. The integrated circles and intricate pattern mimics the ever-changing ripples that formed as I skimmed pebbles along the water's surface and swam by the shore. The use of gold in this design represents the reflection of the light on the patterns formed by the movement of the water. It was these patterns in the water that has inspired this piece. This brightly polished pendant hangs from an 18-inch chain and is finished with a bolt ring catch. The piece is Irish hallmarked guaranteed and is an ideal gift for yourself or a loved one. 9 Carat Yellow Gold.

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With ever-changing trends in fashion, Miriam finds new inspirations that drive her ever-evolving design and making of jewellery. She aims to further explore the possibilities of working with new technologies in combination with traditional techniques and precious materials.