Christmas Fair Seller Highlight: Weaversfield

Etsy Cambridge will have one more pop-up market in 2015 – the Christmas Fair! Over the upcoming few weeks, we’ll introduce our vendors to you. Today’s seller is:


Debbie creates diverse styles of jewellery in Sterling and Fine silver and in copper, most with one thing in common: wire!

“Since I started to make jewellery with wire, I’ve been addicted to its flexibility and endless possibilities: you can make anything from structured geometric shapes to sinuously curving and interwoven designs. You can even actually weave with it! My favourite thing to make at the moment is probably Tree of Life pendants. The wire lends itself so beautifully to sculpting miniature trees, and the range of foliage colours I can add with semi-precious gemstone chips is delightful. They’re proving popular as special gifts and I’ll have a selection of shapes and colours with me at the Christmas Fair, in addition to my statement wire-wrapped earrings, a range of matching jewellery sets, and other gift-friendly pieces.”

chandelier wrap earrings
Silver Wire wrap and Pearl chandelier earrings
give a kiss
Give a -(Kiss)- for Christmas!
Weaversfield Trees of Life Collage
Various colours of the Tree of Life pendant

You can find the Etsy Cambridge Christmas Fair on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of December 2015 at St Andrew’s Baptist Church, 43 St Andrew’s St, Cambridge, CB2 3AR, United Kingdom. (Near the Arts Picturehouse Cinema)

Weaversfield will be at the market on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of December.

Find the event on Facebook: Etsy Cambridge Christmas Market

Find the event on Etsy: Etsy Local



Hi - my name's Yvette! Originally from the Netherlands, I am a kind, lively and laid-back person with a can-do attitude. Together with my husband Sean, we have moved from the Netherlands to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK), Leamington Spa (UK), Sheffield (UK), Sydney (Australia), back to the Netherlands, to Dusseldorf (Germany), Cambridge (UK), Frankfurt (Germany and now Toronto (Canada) in the last 9 years. And no, I don't think this is our final stop either! I have learned most of my photographic craft whilst at Art college (quite a few years back), from the two portrait studio jobs I held in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and from assisting fine art dealer Linus Carr in Warwick. Even though I still own and use my digital camera, I mainly shoot on medium format Black and White film, using a Rolleiflex TLR. As I become more and more fascinated with old photography techniques, I started shooting wet plates in 2013. You can see some of my work on As anyone who has visited my shop or '1000crowsVintage' on Etsy may attest to, I am a big fan of carboots / charity shops as well as vintage fairs, garage sales, auctions ..... you get the idea - and my house is slowly filling up with beautiful random things - some of which I sell online, and some of which I will hoard for a while. x

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