Lynda Constantine’s jewellery studio rests on the south shore of Nova Scotia near the head of St. Margaret’s Bay. In 1997, after travelling and working overseas for nearly nine years, Lynda returned to Canada to become a goldsmith and pursue her passion for jewellery design.
Lynda’s inspiration is rooted in the visual memory and cultural experiences of years of extensive travel in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. She is also heavily influenced by the stories of the countless people she has met abroad and at home in Canada. Her experiences in other countries and with other cultures instilled in her a deep appreciation for the freedom Canadians have to define themselves and design their own lives
Lynda is thankful for her life in Nova Scotia and the people who share it with her. In particular the amazing goldsmiths who work alongside her in the studio and help make her designs a reality. She credits these talented women with being her backbone; they are Nancy Cleghorn, Michelle Anstey, Pam Taylor and Darlene Emeneau.
Lynda hopes that you will discover, in wearing her jewellery, your own individual sense of style will resonate, thrive and evolve.