She sits at her bench, in the half-light with a thousand-yard stare of concentration etched on her face. There is patience about how she works and obstinacy about how she wants it to be.


With the heart and observations of an artist, Maya is a jeweller marked apart by an approach
led by ideas rather than technique. Ideas always underpinned by exacting craftsmanship.

She emerged into art school when everybody was telling her that conceptual art was the thing, that grit under the fingernails and simple materials were outmoded and backward looking. That’s when the thousand-yard stare helped her out, because being Maya she wanted to have both. To live and breathe in a workshop, at the same time as rigorously, nurturing her thoughts and feelings into a conceptual framework that would sustain her work for a lifetime.

From an artistic family and after creative explorations in prop making, silversmithing and sculpture she has come to settle on jewellery for its ability to relate to human experience.
And so her art has found its way, not into the confines of the gallery but into the universal language of precious jewels.

Maya works on commissions that range from simple variations on her existing collections, remodelling of clients existing gems or more detailed one off bespoke pieces. To enquire about a commission please email us with your ideas or to make an arrangement a visit us in the studio.


30 November – 25 December 2018
Cockpit Arts Open Studios, Deptford, London

28 February – 3 March 2019
Collect, Saatchi Gallery London

8 – 10 March 2019
Desire, Chelsea Town Hall, London


2010 – 2018
Goldsmiths’ Fair, Goldsmiths’ Hall, London

2011 – 2012
Inhorgenta, Munich

2011 – 2012
New York International Gift Fair, New York