contemporary jewellery

Mo Burrows

If you want to see my latest pieces click here for New Work

If you are interested in any of my work please contact me by email.

Wirework has become a signature of my jewellery, either as a feature in itself, to add interest or as a way of assembling.

My beadwork now encompasses fine delicate beading, three dimensional features and freeform pieces..

I have been developing work in

coppers and bronzes.

My first feature elements were in silver clay .

I came to jewellery making late in life & am largely self taught, having done music at college & having been a musician & teacher professionally.

My intention is to design pieces of artwork to wear: contemporary jewellery using unusual combinations of silver, copper, bronze, wirework, semi-precious stones, acrylics & beading.

My style is my own, individual and unique, and is heavily influenced by the colour, texture, shape, and the infinite variety of beads and other materials I incorporate. Although one design may lead to another no two pieces are the same and my designs can be quirky at times. 

My ideas come from a childhood obsession with my mother’s button and bead box and the influence of my Victorian milliner grandmother, along with an instinctive feel for form and colour and a passionate desire to “make” which over the years has encompassed crochet, needlework, macramé, batik and ceramics alongside writing, poetry, music and dance all of which contributes to my present creations. 


I am happy to work to commission to produce a unique tailor-made item

to match a favourite or special occasion outfit.