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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Bronwen makes wearable, sculptural jewellery from repurposed and recycled industrial plastics. She imbues these soulless materials with character by working their surfaces till their colours soften and they feel natural in the hand. The shapes she uses reference those worn by the sea and allude to the fact that these ubiquitous and non-biodegradable materials will […]

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Bruce Dalgleish

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

I specialise in fine jewellery making, mostly bespoke and also have a range of jewellery designs for sale in silver and gold, incorporating precious, semi precious gems and diamonds.
I trained as an apprentice diamond mounter and studied design at Sir John Cass in Aldgate.
I like to use colour in my designs, by way of combining different metals, and also using the broad palette of colourful gemstones – often all in one piece!

telephone: 01872501193

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Carin Lindberg Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

“Scandi meets Cornish”.
Natural Scandi elegance & Coastal Cornish ruggedness.
Made in Cornwall by Swedish jeweller Carin Lindberg.

The Rugged collection is inspired by the spectacularly rugged north Cornish coastline with its wild cliffs and rock textures. The ever changing colour of the waters; from pale grey-blue through vibrant turquoise, to deep emerald green. From the hazy white of sea mist and the vibrant greens of the surrounding landscape, to the moody greys of stormy skies. Textured metals and gloriously gleaming gems reflect this in a collection full of character, attitude and colour, just like north Cornwall. A piece of Cornwall to treasure and enjoy every day.

address: Boscastle, Cornwall

telephone: 07969559385

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Carly Petitt-Taylor

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: North West   

I graduated in 2006 from Brighton University with a First Class in Wood, Metal, Ceramics, & Plastics. Since then I have developed my work producing collection’s and limited edition ranges of wearable but unique handmade pieces.

I use many materials but predominately work in nylon monofilament, each piece is individually constructed and dyed, making every piece unique. I find inspiration from everyday observations that other people often pass by, moss on the garden wall, UHT milk pots, and fungi growing on cheese. I am obsessed with multiples, and I am very much inspired by colour, flora and fauna, science and its order and structures. I always look for new materials, and different ways to manipulate them.  My work is tactile and I encourage the wearer to change and manipulate the pieces, once handed over is out of my control. I like that the work keeps evolving without me.

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South West   

Carol completed her MA in Jewellery with Distinction, at the CASS in London in 2015.  Carol has always loved stories and jewellery has become the means for her to tell her own. Her work takes inspiration from her memories, experiences and the contradictions and contrasts of life, explored in a subtle rather than explicit manner […]

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Caroline Reynolds

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

Caroline designs, makes and finishes all her own pieces, working mainly in silver and gold, using gemstones to add colour and richness. Inspired by the natural world, she makes individual and timeless pieces to be treasured. Her jewellery has won awards from Goldsmiths Hall and been featured in Harpers and Queen Magazine.

Caroline accepts personal or corporate commissions. She is also a member of the Sussex Guild. Caroline teaches jewellery-making in Sussex and is available for private tuition, festival, event or personal workshops.

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Caroline Stokesberry-Lee

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Northern Ireland   

I am a silversmith and jewellery designer/maker based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. I create unique, contemporary wearable pieces of art using traditional silversmithing and jewellery making techniques. I trained at the University of Ulster in jewellery making and silversmithing, and at Waylands Silversmith and Jewellery School in Dublin. I am inspired by everything around me at any given time, in particular I find my inspiration in nature.

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Catherine Woodall

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Yorkshire   

Initially I studied engineering, followed later by art and, for me, making jewellery has been the happy combination of these two disciplines. I studied jewellery at the Yorkshire Craft Centre for five years both during and following a Certificate for mature students course at Bradford College.

All my jewellery is handmade in my workshop atop the – often – windswept Pennines. Surrounded as I am by Emily Bronte’s ‘high waving heather’ and the green wooded valleys, it is little wonder that my work is inspired by nature. The veins of a leaf and the rain or dewdrop glistening on it are some of the details I’ve drawn down. I work with silver and semi precious stones and am inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement in both Britain and Vienna at the turn of the last century.

telephone: 01422 844919

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

Cathy Newell Price works from her studio in converted farm buildings in Shinfield near Reading.  Her jewellery is inspired by the British countryside and gardens; birds, flowers and insects all feature.  Her interest in plants is not surprising as her degree was in Plant Science (Cardiff University). A self-taught jeweller, she has been working in […]

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CeeGee Jewellery Design

category: Glass   Jewellery and Silverware   

region: North West   

I create sterling silver earrings, necklaces and bracelets using my own handcrafted lampwork glass beads in my home studio in Cheshire, England. Formed in a hot flame using a propane and oxygen powered torch, each lampwork bead is individually handmade and unique. My lampwork glass forms the focal part of my jewellery designs, each one a tiny little work of art. There is something hypnotic about working with hot glass, manipulating it in the flame and using a combination of heat and gravity to control the flow and create something beautiful. I learn something new every time I fire up my torch, and hope that my fascination with glass translates into my jewellery.

address: Knutsford, Cheshire

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