EMILY COLLINS

Emily Collins creates contemporary fine jewellery. She uses a combination of fine and sterling silver and strives to capture and craft subtle textures and harmonious compositions within her work.

Artist's Statement

Since leaving the Royal College of Art in 2002, Emily has strived to create fine well crafted jewellery that is both interesting and unusual yet suitable for everyday wear.

Emily has always been interested in creating harmonious compositions within her work, she also tries to capture the subtle randomness and texture of nature. Her forms are simple yet have intricate fine detailing and deliberate soft surface texture that becomes apparent on closer inspection. Influences include, ancient stone carving and traditional Indian jewellery.

Emily has developed a striking range of jewellery that uses a combination of fine and sterling silver. This means that a piece will have both the pure brilliant whiteness of fine silver aswell as the strength and durability of sterling silver. Some of the making techniques that Emily employs include, granulating, rolling and soldering. All the elements of her jewellery are hand made and no casting techniques are used. This means that each piece is always slightly different to the next and therefore unique.

 

Further Images

'Mix Granule Earstuds'

'Mix Granule Earstuds'

Fine silver and sterling silver.

'Drop Oval Mix Granule Earrings'

'Drop Oval Mix Granule Earrings'

Fine silver and silver.

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