2020 Co-Vid update

So!My first year as a legit retail business and Co-Vid hit! I fared really well actually. I think it helped that I was still in start-up mode… the shop had only been open for five months. I’ve been self-employed and under-employed for 9 years so I’m used to living on low earnings and being resourceful. […]


Bronwyn hands over the keys to Janita

Here is an excellent wrap up of what has happened over the past couple of months.

I’ve Moved!

Hello SAN REMO!Blessing of the bikes. 19th October 2019. @ San Remo, Victoria.  

Bridal Fair this weekend

I will be attending a bridal fair as an exhibitor this weekend, showing my range of wedding rings. Vintage Chic Wedding Fairs will be a visual feast of gorgeousness and creativity designed specifically for Brides and their entourages and provides an array of products, services and workshops all in one beautifully styled space.

Name Change

My business is now trading as Ladasha Jewellery instead of using my own name.  I really believe in doing things properly and being as professional as possible.  I have taken a business training course in recent months and I believe it is best practice to separate your own identity from the business. This change will […]

The Goldsmiths Gallery

I’m happy to announce that my full range of stock is now being carried by The Goldsmiths Gallery in San Remo, Victoria. The Goldsmiths Gallery is owned and operated by Bronwyn Pratt.  Bronwyn is former President and committee member of the Gold & Silversmiths Guild of Australia and her work is represented in the Australian […]

Gray Reid Gallery

I’m happy to announce that my Wedding and Anniversary bands are now being carried by Gray Reid Gallery in Melbourne. From their web page : Since 1999, Gray Reid Gallery has become renowned for offering a beautifully curated array of unique, yet timeless pieces of  vintage & estate Jewellery, bespoke handmade fine jewellery, contemporary Australian […]


 My new ring is named for one of the most iconic cities of the Art Deco period, Manhattan.


Intertwined twisted cords representing harmonious, embracing love is the earliest of jewellery designs.

The Gold and Silversmiths Guild

Finally I have finally joined the Gold and Silversmiths Guild of Australia! I have known about the guild for many years and respected what they stood for but it has never been the right time until now. Most of my career I have been an employee and used the company stamps, I didn’t have my […]

Fleur de Lis

The Fleur-de-lis is historically associated with French royalty, and is an old medieval symbol.


This design was requested by my best client . . .

Diamond Cartouche

Researching the history of jewellery design, this style of ring really stood out to me as something I would like to re-create in my own style.


When a jeweller joins the Gold & Silversmiths guild, his or her Makers Mark is permanently recorded on silver touch-plates for posterity. WHY Well, I was never 100% happy with my old hallmark, so joining the guild was my catalyst to update to my stamp. I want to put it on record that I have […]


The design for this, my Christina ring has been adapted directly from a design found in an antique catalogue of jewellery from the turn of the 20th century.