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Wilde Works



Member since September 2021

About us

Wilde Works is a small creative business dedicated to raising awareness for social and global issues through its handmade jewellery collections. Each piece carries a message or tells a story, which the wearer can identify with and pass on.

Its 'Solid as a Rock' collection was created to help support the environment and the work being done in the face of our global climate crisis.

“Drawn by the beautiful textures found on rock formations in the Herefordshire countryside, it struck me that one day – if global warming were allowed to play out – rock might be all that is left of our magnificent planet. And so the textures became meaningful, inviting me to use my skills to capture and pass on their message in silver and gold.”

There are so many causes that need our support, but we need our life-supporting planet above all else.

That is why Wilde Works is supporting Cool Earth with 10% of every 'Solid as a Rock' sale between 1 May and 31 July 2022 going towards the valuable work they do with rainforest communities to halt deforestation and its impact on climate change. To find out more about Cool Earth, please click the link under Supported Charities on the right.

We are in this together and every little bit helps. Together we can be 'solid as a rock' in our determination to make a difference!


Its 'Pale Blue Dot' series was originally inspired by a quotation from a book by Carl Sagan called 'Pale Blue Dot'. The book was named after an image of Earth taken by the Voyager 1 space probe from the edge of our Solar System. Now the most distant manmade object from Earth, it still communicates with us today. On board it carries a golden record with peace greetings to the Universe in 55 different languages, including whale song.

Each little dot essentially conveys a message of peace across space and time, and many of my Pale Blue Dot pieces have now travelled to all corners of the world.

Until last week, climate change was the most pressing existentialist crisis on Earth. Sadly, it has now been paralleled by the more immediate crisis in Ukraine.

That is why Wilde Works is supporting the British Red Cross with 10% of every sale of Tiny Dot Studs, Tiny Dot Drops and Tiny Dot Pendants between 1 May and 31 July 2022 going towards the valuable work they do. The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are, and has been providing humanitarian aid in Ukraine since 2014.

Again, we are in this together and every little bit helps.

Kim Allwright
Jewellery Designer/Maker and founder of Wilde Works