African Fence Collection Celebrating traditional craftsmanship and utilitarian beauty Travelling around Zimbabwean countryside in school holidays and to and from sports fixtures on Saturdays, I would marvel at the sturdy yet beautiful wooden fences. Constructed from carefully selected branches, they protect and secure the precious livestock held within, practical and crafted with care and skill. In the dry winter months, when the green vegetation disappears from the landscape, the African fence’s irregular patterns criss-cross the landscape, standing out against the arid ground and clear blue skies. Rhythm, texture and contrast, pure inspiration Explore my African Fence collection (https://www.suechadwick.co.uk/collections/african-fence) on my website...celebrating craftsmanship and utilitarian beauty! Love, Sue x
One must always wear their Monsoon ring and Twig Ring when Exploring the Victoria Falls!!.. and essential waterproof mascara! And this photo was not even the thick spray area! I ventured East, South and West in January and filled my inspiration reserves! So watch this space! Raging Rivers - Zambezi and Save will definitely feature in new Silver Cuffs and Pendants!
It's Conker Time! Autumn rich leathery brown looking fabulous wearing my luxurious solid silver jewellery. Today the Conkers are modelling their Autumnal accessories collection of The African Fence Ring, The Harvest Ring, The Balancing Rocks Ring and The Twig Bangle in preparation for the amazing Supermoon! The skies, leaves and land are just spectacular ...love Autumn