Lakeland inspiration for jewellery that is sold all over the world …

Date: Friday 4th May 2012
Christian Geisselman and Annie Parkinson with two of Annie's bracelets.
Christian Geisselman and Annie Parkinson with two of Annie's bracelets.

A BRIDAL jewellerycollection from Troutbeck, near Penrith, provides a contemporary twist onclassical style.

Creative director Annie Parkinson and business development manager Christian Geisselmann run the company, whichproduces pieces fromsterling silver, hand-made dichroic glass and other precious stones.

AP Contemporary Jewellery focuses onproviding high quality hand-made jewellery to clients all over the world. Annie’sstudio in Troutbeck has a view of the Lakeland fells which provide theinspiration for her creations.

Christian uses hisbackground in management consulting to provide the company with marketing, communications andbusiness developmentsupport.

There are a variety of jewellery collections to choose from, including bridal, silver and glasscollections. The sterlingsilver is in three different finishes hammered,lustre which is shiny and smooth, and silver twist.

Annie makes bracelets, bangles, necklaces,earrings, pendants and rings. Within the bridalcollection there are also headbands, hair combs, tiaras, hair pins and grips.

The company also offers a bespoke service where customers can choose a unique creation for aspecial occasion.

The bridal collection has three themes, including the original bridal collection of pure sterling silver, a sparkling collection and a bridal pearl collectionfeaturing freshwater pearls with a dash of sterlingsilver.

To complement thecollections the company also offers hand-madejewellery for bridal gifts and wedding favours, as well as a selection of stunning bridal head pieces.

AP Jewellery’s website features many hand-made items at