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Annika Rutlin

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

Annika draws strongly on her Scandinavian roots for inspiration. A modern Stockholm based apprenticeship, followed by a BA Hons in 3D design and silversmithing at Sheffield, has moulded Annika’s distinctive style. After working in the London jewellery trade Annika started her own business in 1997 and has won many awards including Highly Commended in the Goldsmiths Design awards, Highly Commended from The World Gold Council, 1st place Male Jewellery and 3rd place Parure Categories of the UK Perles De Tahiti Competition, and design awards from The Worshipful Company of Cutlers and The Worshipful Company of Pewterers. Annika’s work is defined by angled contrasts and its solid weight, with an emphasis on high quality workmanship. Made in sterling silver, 18 carat gold and platinum and all diamonds used are conflict free and G VVS1 quality.

telephone: 01273 583485

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Arrabella Giles Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

I use traditional silversmithing techniques to create contemporary silver jewellery. I love colour and so combine clean simple forms with sea glass or anodised aluminium which I hand-dye. Where possible, I add movement to the designs.
My inspiration comes from the glorious colours and patterns that occur naturally in plants, trees and landscapes. I reflect those colours and patterns in more linear and abstract forms in the way I dye and then cut the aluminium.

address: Blandford, Dorset

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arthyan

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Arthyan was launched in 2018 by creator and designer Ellanor Aquitaine. Totally unique in concept, arthyan makes gorgeous one-of-a-kind jewellery from the jewels of the earth: real flowers and beautiful natural gemstones.

address: 54 Cecil St, Plymouth, PL1 5HL

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: North East   

My work is inspired by the architecture of Indian monuments and palaces. The geometry used in the formation of the structural arches of these monuments, the intricate details of the ceilings, and the decorative panels in the windows and screens, all form a rich heritage for my work. The jewellery has the essence of the […]

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Aubin Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

Aubin Jewellery is the work of Aubin Stewart an independent jewellery designer and graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art Dundee. Practising from her studio at home in Aberdeen, Scotland, where she creates contemporary jewellery collections for curated exhibitions, events and boutique stockists.

Aubin specialises in pairing precious and non-precious materials to create vibrant jewellery collections with a strong focus on pearls and perspex. Designs are often inspired by natural forms reduced to the simplest of shapes and forms using both traditional and digital making methods. Her aim is to create jewellery with an essence of preciousness and elegance for everyday life.

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Badger & Baird

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

Badger and Baird is the exciting new jewellery brand from established Edinburgh jeweller Emma Baird. Collections feature handmade sterling silver pieces often incorporating semi-precious gemstones and pearls. Her Woodland Collection shows influences from nature with luxurious gold and silver twig rings. Check out the Badger and Baird Facebook page for all the latest news.

telephone: 0131 228 505

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   Paper   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: South East   

My work is inspired by stories, poems, over-hearings and memories. Re-using materials, especially textiles, is an integral part of my work. I like to feel that they have ‘lived a little’ with their own story to tell showing signs of ageing and how they have been treated or, perhaps, mistreated. Every discarded object is a […]

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Bird and Monkey

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Wales   

I produce metal and resin pieces based on nature, and specialise in bespoke pieces from children’s art or your own designs, creating fun, modern custom jewellery just for you. I enjoy producing pieces featuring animals, birds and flowers, and am currently working on a new range of jewellery based on the Victorian Language of Flowers, in which each of the flowers has its own meaning.

address: Nr Wrexham, North Wales

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Birgitte Bruun Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

I make a range of Contemporary Silver Jewellery, including bangles, necklaces and earrings. From my Danish roots I am influenced by Scandinavian Design; my pieces are simple, contemporary in design, timeless and accessible to wear.

I like to produce contrasts in my work, whether by texturing, oxidising or milling the Silver. I particularly enjoy shaping the metal by forging and planishing and many of my pieces involve these techniques. I also include interesting semi-precious stones in my designs and highlights of gold. My full collection and examples of commissions can be seen on my website.

I learnt the art of Silver Jewellery making through various evening classes and City & Guild Courses. I am a member of Cambridge Open Studios and participate in July each year. Commissions welcome and my Studio can be visited throughout the year by appointment.

telephone: 07963567217

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Bridget Bradshaw

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Midlands   

I’ve spent the last seven years learning and perfecting my craft, and spent the last four of those at The School of Jewellery In Birmingham. I love to work in precious metals but silver is my favourite. I have an extensive range of tools and enjoy using these to create designs.

I also run workshops from my home in Shropshire to suit all levels. They range from a taster session of 2 hours, where a student can learn very basic jewellery making skills, right up to an advanced level that will enable the student to design and make a piece of jewellery using a number of technical skills. All tools are provided. Metal is bought on the day by the student which is charged on the daily rate, according to a registered bullion dealer. For a whole day course, lunch is provided, and the prices start at £20.00 and go up to £75.00 depending what level the student wishes to achieve.

telephone: 07799320479