Jewellery

Weird and Wonderful

Weird and Wonderful

Looking for an interesting piece of jewellery?  Have a look at this weird and wonderful jewellery created by Kate Gilliland.  Look closely at Gilliland’s work and you’ll be wondering, is this real? Well of course it is! Gilliland’s work instantly creates curiosity and wonder! The jewellery is created by using found dead animals, Gilliland treasures […]

Little Red Shop

Little Red Shop

Amelia Smith of the Little Red shop has created this amazing collection of handmade jewellery,  Smith got in contact through our Get GREEN or DIE section and we are glad she did! Just look at these fantastic designs!  Little Red’s has an ever changing array of great jewellery designs that are made from reclaimed materials […]

Organic Decay

Organic Decay

Etched & patinated Brooch   Stephanie Hopkins, a Jewellery and Metalsmith graduate from Wolverhampton University that is inspired by organic forms and decay has created these fantastic pieces!  Hopkins uses a combination of techniques to achieve the desired results, etching, reticulation and patination are just some of the techniques that she employs to create and portray […]

Liquorice Allsorts!

Liquorice Allsorts!

 Liquorice Allsorts Jewellery, Necklace. Chloe Henderson a Jewellery and Metal Design student at the University of Dundee has created these quirky colourful yummy looking Liquorice Allsorts jewellery! Chloe started making the jewellery as a way to unwind after a day hammering away in the workshops.   The colourful jewellery comes in earrings, bracelets and necklaces! The phrase Jewellery Allsorts […]

Journey Through Cities by Cristina Zani

Journey Through Cities by Cristina Zani

My Seoul Necklace. Photography by Aga Tarnowska. Jewellery Designer and Maker Cristina Zani has created a fantastic collection of contemporary organic looking jewellery.  Zani’s jewellery is unique and beautiful!  Cristina Zani approaches the creation of her work in the same way she would compose a story and is inspired by literature, semiotics, travel, architecture, colours, textures and […]

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