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Alison's handmade storytelling jewellery is inspired by the Sussex countryside. These elegant snapshots accurately and beautifully depict the wildlife, flora and fauna, using recycled silver, enamel and gemstones.
Amelia’s range concentrates on the marriage between shapes and colour. Paying little attention to what is in vogue, she prefers to focus on what brings her joy at the bench.
Sculptural contemporary jewellery handmade from precious metals and unique gemstones.
My jewellery is inspired by nature and natural forms, focussing on textures and my interpretations of them. I use the lost wax process, to create jewellery with organic, tactile quality.
Based on the Kent coast, Emma makes animal and nature inspired silver jewellery and ornaments. Her collection ranges from majestic queen bees to terrifying tarantulas, from native species to tropical wonders.
One of a kind, precious pieces using a cornucopia of unusual gems.
Helen’s jewellery designs are beautifully intricate, set with colourful gemstones in gold, silver and platinum. Combining unusual shapes and multiple settings her signature ‘Showstopper!’ rings are truly unique.
Unique collections of handmade silver and gold jewellery set with opals and precious gemstones. Designed By David Weinberger, Buckinghamshire, UK.
A selection of handmade silver and gold jewellery using precious stones and enamelling.
Mary artfully combines a huge range of beautifully cut gemstones with intricate gold and silver wire work and her unique, engraved castings. Her jewellery brings colour and joy all the way from the West Cornish coast.
Contemporary fine jewellery made entirely by hand using traditional methods. Opposing textures and forms set with interesting coloured gems are the hallmark of this continental-trained jeweller.
My work is "all about the detail". Intricate imaginative handmade jewellery, creating small works of art that can be worn. Designs are inspired by wildlife, animals and nature.
Quo Vadis Jewellery brings together the perfect balance of design and craftsmanship using precious and semi-precious stones, diamonds and unique ‘stones of interest’. Our designs in silver, gold and platinum come to life in our workshop, in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. All our pieces are one-off and handmade.
Surface pattern design applied to aluminium jewellery using heat sublimation. Bold, fun, unique wearable art.
Sandra Elizabeth creates handcrafted contemporary silver jewellery embellished with 24 carat gold using Keum Boo. Beach inspired designs are textured with flowing lines and finished with satin and oxidised surfaces.
Whether it’s the flow of water in the river next to her workshop or the changing seasons in the forest, Jac Brazier draws inspiration from nature to create textured jewellery in Gold and Sterling Silver.