Small Rachis Pendant - Boutee
Small Rachis Pendant - Boutee

J. Wells Jewels

Small Rachis Pendant

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Small Rachis Pendant by Independent Jeweller Jake Wells of J Wells Jewels

Introducing the Small Rachis Pendant, a delicate and meticulously hand-sculpted piece that captures the essence of nature, designed by Jake Wells, a distinguished independent jeweller from Winchester. This pendant, inspired by the graceful forms of feathers and leaves, is a tribute to the natural world and comes accompanied by a light silver chain.

Key Features:

  • Inspiration. Drawing from the serene beauty of the English countryside, this pendant reflects the intricate forms, textures, and patterns found in nature.
  • Craftsmanship. Jake Wells combines his background in precision engineering and industrial processes with a love for natural materials, resulting in uniquely crafted pieces.
  • Heritage. J. Wells Jewels began as a passion project while Jake was working in the Space Industry, blending his engineering expertise with his artistic vision.
  • Commitment. In 2021, Jake dedicated himself to jewellery making full-time, deeply rooted in the Hampshire countryside, where he continues to draw inspiration.
  • Bespoke. Each piece is made to order in Jake's Winchester workshop, ensuring a personal touch and attention to detail in every creation.
Independent jeweller Jake Wells working at his bench

J. Wells Jewels

J. Wells Jewels started as a passion project by Jake Wells while he was working as a designer in the Space Industry. Jake’s designs are rooted in his love of the craft as he uses it to explore the different facets of his life and environment.
In 2021 Jake returned to his home in the Hampshire countryside to create Jewellery full-time.

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Jewellery Designer and Goldsmith

Jake Wells

Being a jewellery designer allows me to bring together my passion for the natural world and my experiences working as a design engineer in the space industry. Growing up in the English countryside, surrounded by the forms, textures and patterns of nature is a huge source of inspiration. Working on spacecrafts has grounded me in precision engineering and industrial processes that inform my desire to ‘play’ with natural materials. I am at my happiest and most creative when hand-crafting objects that experiment with making these two worlds collide.

Ariel view of a rainforest

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