Alliums have been a firm favourite of mine ever since I brought home my first bulbs from the flower market in Amsterdam some years ago. They are known as ornamental onions which have showy flower heads in a variety of purple shades. Having seen them created in metal as a garden ornament, my mind turned to how I could make allium jewellery from these great flower balls. When my alliums went over in late august, I noticed that they separate, leaving a collection of individual dried flowers, a perfect start for me to begin my journey of creating a variety of allium-based jewellery. I harvested the dried flower heads and set about electroforming them in my workroom to make the jewellery master. I hope you enjoy these pieces as much as I enjoyed making them!