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    We are a creative, island community.


    Fay Page began in 2002 with just Fay, who was soon joined by husband to be, Rob. Over the years the business has grown and we are now a team of eight, island-based, makers. When we turned 20 we commissioned our daughter, Daisy, to make us each a makers mark. Each makers mark is embossed into each box of jewellery, depending on who made the piece in there - we hope you enjoy exploring who made your jewellery and reading a little bit about them.

    Rob and I work full time here in the workshop but we are very fortunate to have a brilliant bunch of part time employees. Like most islanders they all have more then one job and one way or another they’re all a pretty talented bunch too. 


    Despite starting his life on the island as a boatman, and having no formal training, Rob is by far and away the most skilled maker we have here at Fay Page – he specialises in bespoke pieces such as wedding bands and designing and making our hand stamped work. Rob is great at experimenting and inventing– he has made his own press for cowbells and he makes all the stamps we use.

    Rob first came to Scilly as a teenager in 1984 when he joined a friend on a family holiday. He moved here permanently in 1990. He began working as crew on the passenger boats but soon became a skipper on the St. Martin’s boats The Voyager & The Enterprise.

    Rob’s favourite thing we make is ……… the coffee!!! (tee hee)


    Fay’s background is in drama, after attending the Central School of Speech & Drama she worked for the BBC, The Theatre Museum and on Camden Market (where she developed a love for jewellery). Her love for Scilly won over and she moved to the islands in 1999. Fay started Fay Page in 2002, in need of ‘something to do’ she joined her friend and fellow island jeweller, Sophie Hooper on a jewellery making course in Ireland. On her return she set up Fay Page from a shed in her parent's garden on St Agnes.

    Fay first came to Scilly in 1975 as a baby and returned every year – she did her first summer season aged sixteen at Juliet’s Garden (when it was still a shed!)

    Fay’s favourite piece of jewellery is the gold cloud charm and favourite thing to make is any kind of chain.


    Hannah moved to St. Martin’s in 2009, imagine our joy when we found out she had jewellery making experience! Hannah is the queen of hammer wielding  – if you visit the studio and there is some hammering going on the chances are it is Hannah making bangles or rings.

    Hannah’s family always holidayed on St. Martin’s and she moved over permanently in 2009 to be with her now husband Andrew – who is the son of the people Hannah’s family rented a holiday cottage from! Together they run SCDogs distillery and SCsalt.

    Hannah’s favourite piece of Fay Page jewellery is the mussel shell and her favourite thing to make is bangles (get your ear plugs ready)


    Jemma has visited Scilly all her life on family holidays, she moved here permanently in 2008 and lives on St. Mary’s (she is our only commuter, boating here and back) Jemma has always been a great Fay Page customer and when the café she was working in changed hands I offered her a job – who better to have selling the jewellery than the person who loves the stuff? Jemma works part time as she has family commitments but if you visit us on a Monday or Tuesday you’ll meet her; when she is not packaging web orders or serving in the shop she’s making handmade chains and earrings. Jemma is currently away from work poorly - get well soon Jemma

    Jemma’s favourite thing to make is wrist chains and her favourite piece of Fay Page jewellery is her wentletrap necklace.


    Inga was born and raised in Latvia but had a passion for travel so left to tour the world, she met her South African fiancée on Sark and they’re settled on St. Martin’s after several summer seasons on Scilly. Inga specialises in soldering, chain making and photography – Inga has taken most of the lovely images on the website. Jewellery is very tricky to photograph but Inga’s knack of lighting has proved invaluable – we love her style. When not making or photographing, Inga is serving in the workshop.

    When not at Fay Page, Inga is out and about creating her beautiful watercolours, inspired by not only her island home but her many travels. She is also a super keen gardening and spends many an hour tending her garden in her Duchy tenancy garden.

    Inga‘s favourite piece of jewellery is the tea tree studs and her favourite thing to make is a wrist chain.


    Ella is our youngest and newest maker at Fay Page. Born on Scilly (and Rob’s god-daughter) Ella now lives permanently on St Martin's.  Ella is pretty nifty at soldering and can be found with a blowtorch on most Tuesdays. When she isn’t here she is working at the bakery - she is the bread baker three days a week - she can handle a 4am start! She also loves gardening at her newly secured Duchy tenancy.

    Ella’s favourite piece of Fay Page is the Ring of Islands ring and she loves making urchin and starfish studs.


    Lanie was born in South Africa but moved to St. Martin’s in 2005 to work at the island’s hotel. She has since married, had a family and secured a Duchy tenancy on a house. When not working in Fay Page, Lanie is with her two children or painting her beautiful and very detailed canvasses that depict the flora and fauna of Scilly.

    Lanie’s favourite piece of jewellery is her patterned cowbell – a design unique to Lanie – and she likes created pieces that require stamping. Lanie is our go to maker when we need some precision stamping.


    Morag came to Scilly in 2008 to work at Churchtown Farm, like so many she fell in love with the island, but she fell in love with her now husband, Will, so never left. Morag does a lot of our soldering and cleaning up of castings. When not working here for two days a week Morag hides away in her studio where she paints beautiful canvases inspired by her island home. If that is not enough, she is also a Coastguard and is studying for a degree in Maths! 

    Morag’s favourite piece of Fay Page is her Tresco urchin ring and Morag likes making starfish.


    Tania started with us just before the first lockdown - such timing! - but has now left us to work in London, we knew it would only be a matter of time before she was snapped up after earning a First Class degree in Business Management from Durham University. We are really missing Tania.