Diana’s jewellery collection is a celebration of garden flora and horticulture. Diana draws her inspiration from her surroundings, especially the garden. She is influenced by the clean lines of Danish design, old botanical drawings and Scherenschnitte (paper-cutting.) Her work is typified by precise hand-pierced garden motifs contrasted with simple shapes such as squares and circles. Designing mainly in silver, Diana uses 18ct gold and a simple hue of semi-precious stones (such as peridots, tourmalines and sapphires) to embellish and accentuate her pieces. Diana is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and has won several awards, including the P&O Makower Silver Commission for the Crafts Council.