Producing Exclusive, Dramatic Statement Jewellery and Ornamental Accessories.

My work is centred on the anatomy of blackbirds and experimenting with this form to produce pieces that project an element of drama and conjure a talking point amongst individuals. Combing the gothic influence of mourning jewellery and taxidermy, I use the technique of casting with found animal matter including deer antlers to produce wearable pieces as well as ornamental home ware.




BA(Hons) Metalwork and Jewellery

University for the Creative Arts, Farnham


BTEC Diploma - Foundation Art & Design

Warwickshire College, Leamington Spa




Brilliantly Birmingham, MAC, Birmingham

Sara Preisler Gallery, Custard Factory, Birmingham


New Designers, Business Design Centre, London

BA(Hons)College Degree show, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham


Caught in the Current, Loch Fyne, Farnham


Foundation College Show, Warwickshire College, Leamington Spa



@ Work Gallery, Brick Lane, London



"I saw Gina Baldwin's jewellery in a London gallery and bought a pair of the antler earrings - a bit of self-gifting before Xmas. Unfortunately my terrier ate them as a post Xmas snack! Gina could not have been more helpful in sorting me out another pair.She also sent a dog chew to prevent a repeat performance! Her jewellery is so my taste -natural forms with a gothic twist - so I will be doing more self-gifting in the near future. Can't recommend her highly enough."
-Lynne Pinfold (February 2013)

"I approached Gina to make a completely custom piece of Jewellery, the pearl pea pod necklace.  I was completely overwhelmed at how intricate, beautiful and enchanting the final product was.  I could not recommend Gina more highly!" 

- Bruce Storey (February 2012) 

"The two pieces you sent were brilliant,my dad loved them they were well packaged and your service you should be proud of , the detail is what amazed my dad the most so I can't thank you enough as he likes anything out of the ordinary. Once again many thanks for all you have done gina hope all goes well for you."

- Graham Marsh (March 2010)