Peach & Jo Photography

Peach & Jo Photography

Symbols are potent tools for transformation. They can enable great shifts in your perspective and attitude, changing the way you interact with the world around you.

Out of a desire to help women to feel strong and centred, I have created my own modern symbols to protect and empower those who wear them.

My love of silversmithing was born in 2007 in a magical little town called Pushkar, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. I stumbled upon a local jeweller teaching silversmithing to tourists and decided to have a go at making a ring. I ended up staying in Pushkar for months so I could learn as much as possible with Sunil. I fell in love with the technique and the town. Back in London, I invested in all the tools I needed and honed my skills.

Puja on Pushkar's holy lake  Photo by Searching for Satori

Puja on Pushkar's holy lake

Photo by Searching for Satori

My love of India and fascination with the ancient rituals and traditions of the country has had a very strong influence on my design aesthetic. Symbolism is an everyday part of Indian culture and can be seen on everything, from temples to the markings on peoples faces. It is an unspoken language - shapes and colours that mean more than mere aesthetics. All of my time spent in India has filled me with a fascination for the symbolic which inspired many of the pieces in my collections.

I am a Londoner, born and bred. I have a deep love for my city and it's unique style and attitude also has a big influence on my work.

A contemporary take on ancient talismans and amulets, my jewellery is a representation of the esoteric in the modern metropolis and is designed to empower the women who wear it to invoke their divine feminine. Jewellery for women with one foot in the material world and one foot in the spirit world who are looking for jewellery to be worn as more than simply decoration but as symbols of what they wish to manifest and become.

Come and step into your power.




All silver pieces weighing over 7.78g and gold pieces over 1g are sent off to the London Assay Office to be tested and hallmarked.