Lowri is a Product Design graduate from Bangor University. After going on a once in a life time trip travelling around the other side of the world, she set up a workshop in a spare bedroom at her parents home and started working on a number of unique jewellery collections that would stand out and be easily recognised.
Lowri’s creativity has been guided in part by her her own small flock of rare breed Devon and Cornwall Longwool sheep that she had been raising for a few years on the family farm. By combining her two passions- making jewellery and her small flock of sheep – she creates unique, personalised collections of handmade jewellery using silver and other traditional materials and an attention drawing integration of dyed wool from her own flock.
May 2015 saw the opening of her shop on the High Street in Conwy. With the workbench as the centrepiece, Lowri creates and personalise her jewellery for her customers. As well as her own jewellery Lowri sells an ever varying selection of handmade jewellery from other designers along with products such as Welsh & English Cards, unique gifts and homeware that are all made in the UK and mostly in Wales.
Lowri’s key achievements:
Winning the Conwy New Business of the Year Award in 2016.
Making cufflinks and bracelet for the rugby star George North and his fiancee and double olympic world champion Becky James.
Talking about her business on S4C’s ‘Heno’ and ‘Ffermio’ in 2015 and 2016.
Being asked to create the Eryri Young Farmers Eisteddfod crown in 2017.