Jewellery:

Maria Sears
Newcastle Upon Tyne
I make work from silver, brass, copper, and produce prints from lino and screen printing. My work, which includes jewellery and mobiles, is linked by charateristic bold motifs inspired by organic forms and mid century design.
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Lisa Arnott Jewellery
Edinburgh
As part of 'Spring Glow I will be launching my new collection of enamelled vessels alongside my uniquely enamelled jewellery. As designer I am drawn to the urban environment I live within, and the rural landscapes of Scotland I wander through. Through these journeys I gather the marks, textures, lines, and patterns that remain within these landscapes. My studio practice involves traditional silversmithing techniques, alongside my contemporary approaches to expressive enamelling. Using industrial and vitreous enamels I create painterly and sensitive surfaces, which I apply to my vessels and pieces of jewellery which reflect the hinterlands that I am inspired by.
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Julie Tucker-Williams
Working primarily with silver Julie creates textured individual pieces highlighted with gold and precious stones. Combined with an interested in exploring contrasts of beaten metal with the lustre of pearls Julie has produced a contemporary and ageless collection including freshwater pearl cluster rings, multi link chains, charm bangles often referencing her love of the sea and all things in or on it.
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Kathryn Hinton
Edinburgh
Kathryn uses geometric forms as inspiration to design and create her jewellery and silversmithing. The work is made using computer aided design with traditional metalworking techniques to explore surfaces and pattern. Made in her Edinburgh workshop the faceted silver pieces are combined with gemstones and engraved detail to compliment the geometric surface of the jewellery and silverware.
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Saskia Gavin Jewellery
Edinburgh
The jewellery and sculpture I will be showing at Winter Glow will be made primarily from silver and copper and will feature rings, necklaces, brooches and earrings from my Hutton’s Section collection (all rocky strata and weathering) and from my latest collection, Next Year’s Garden, which reflects my fascination with pods and how they hold and then release the seeds. The older I get, the more wonder I have for the things I see all the time and I aim to celebrate this in my jewellery which is both for everyday adornment and those ‘non-marigold’ days! 
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Tracy Wilson Jewellery
Edinburgh
Tracy Wilson Jewellery was established in 2013. Prior to this Tracy studied interior design following this with a Masters and she worked in a design environment for 17 years. Tracy works out of her studio at Coburg House based in Edinburgh designing and making contemporary silver jewellery. Tracy prides herself in the originality of her designs and the quality and care taken in the creation and finish of every piece she produces. Her work originated from soundwave patterns, this has progressed to making pieces that are both idea and technique inspired. She aims to create collections incorporating elegant forms and lines with a timeless quality.
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Ellen Catherine Jewellery
Edinburgh
Ellen Catherine was founded in 2018 by jeweller Catherine Nuttall. Our name takes inspiration from Catherine’s grandmother, Ellen, who loved to use her hands to bring crafts to life. Catherine creates each piece from her workshop using traditional artisan techniques with a contemporary twist. All of our pieces are designed to be worn day and night, with options to keep it simple and clean, or to stack up, layer and mix and match. We believe that everyone deserves to wear something truly special that fits effortlessly into their style, injecting a subtle hint of shine to any outfit
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Rebekah Mcvitie
Edinburgh
My process is rooted in collecting, reuse and history. I am not settled on one practice but at the moment I work with sea glass which I lampwork into beads and embroider. I will be selling necklaces made from sea glass collected along the Firth of Forth, some of which are sold with an embroidered map of the area where the glass was found.
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Milomade
Fife
From her cliff top studio on the east coast of Scotland, Evie Milo gives discarded, unwanted items a new lease of life. Pieces of salvaged antique sterling silver are re-imagined and transformed into wearable heirlooms with a new beauty and charm: treasures from one generation are cleverly reinvented for the next. With a motto of 'too good to waste' when you buy from Milomade you acquire something not just unique and beautiful but something that leaves neither damage nor waste in its wake.
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