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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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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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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Ellen Catherine Jewellery
Edinburgh
Ellen Catherine is a sustainable luxury jewellery brand based in Edinburgh. Our delicate pieces are handcrafted from responsibly sourced precious metals and gemstones, designed to be a second skin with timeless, minimalist designs. Sustainability is paramount to everything we do, with a focus on slow and ethical materials that leave a lighter footprint on the planet. Ellen Catherine was founded by Scottish 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.
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Tracy Wilson Jewellery
Edinburgh
Design has always been one of Tracys passions; she studied interior design following this with a Masters and worked in a design environment for 17 years. After a change of direction in her career, she now works as a jeweller from her Edinburgh based studio at Coburg House.
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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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Saskia Gavin Jewellery
Edinburgh
Using shapes and forms from my environment I make jewellery and sculpture from mostly silver and copper. I’m particularly attracted by the rhythms created by repeated elements. At SPRING GLOW I’ll be showing jewellery from my Hutton’s Section collection, influenced by the rocky landscape of Salisbury Crags, featuring striking interrupted lines, intricate etched surfaces, movement. There are rings, necklaces, brooches and earrings both for everyday adornment and for those days when you won’t need to pull your marigolds on!
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