Covid-19We are very pleased to be opening up again on December 2nd with extending opening ours (see bottom right of this page). For our Covid-19 policy please see our 'contact us' page. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you back in the gallery in December, Victoria, and the gallery team.
Shimara completed a degree in Silversmithing and Jewellery in 2001, at the Glasgow School of Art. In 2004 Shimara moved to London where she set up her own business and workshop, and in 2008 she re located to Melbourne Australia, where she now has a beautiful garden studio, allowing her to look after her young family and continue to create her jewellery and silverware.
Shimara’s work has been inspired by natural forms, primarily seed pods. She uses silver, 18ct gold, gum nuts, and a dazzling array of precious stones to create her tactile jewellery.
While keeping her organic style, Shimara has created a simple yet unique collection of precious rings, including a range of wedding and engagement rings, some incorporating elements of her stacking rings, all combining subtle texture with a variety of stones in rich beautiful colours, particularly grey’s, blues and greens.