2014 | Edinburgh




Hereford. Silver & 18ct white and yellow gold jewellery with diamonds and coloured stones, including a range of contemporary wedding and engagement rings.


Plockton, Scottish Highlands. Mainly precious metals. In the collection of The Lowry Collection, the British Museum & RIBA. Was Craftsman in Residence for the Scottish Highlands Council in Skye 2005. Appeared live on The Afternoon Show, Granada TV, 2003. Helped to organise ACJ exhibition and conference, Manchester 2004. Outlets & exhibitions include Harley Gallery, Worksop, Lustre, Nottingham, @Work, London, & The Hub, Lincolnshire


Anna Latham & Helen Neve, London. Silver and gold. Outlets include Jess James, London; Johnny Rocket, Greenwich; Gill Wing, London; Diana Porter, Bristol: Bloomsbury, Bath; Design Yard, Dublin.


Edinburgh. Mixed media including found objects. Harley Award winner & The Helen A. Rose Bequest Award both 2003. Double page feature in Crafts magazine Nov/Dec 2003. Outlets and exhibitions include Gallery Kan, Kyoto and Gallery Wattsu, Tokyo, both Japan; Lesley Craze Gallery, London and the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.


Jenny Llewellyn is a jewellery designer-maker based at Cockpit Arts in London. Vibrant, fluid and experimental, Jenny’s practice is an exploration of colour! Her jewellery is characterised by handcrafted, organic forms of precious metals, combined with vibrant bursts of silicone. 



 Chie Mannami is a Japanese contemporary jewellery maker now based in Bristol. She studied Jewellery design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. She later completed an MA at the Royal College of Art in 2002. 


Heather McDermott is a contemporary jeweller based on the Isle of Skye. Her newest collection ‘Tidal Surge’ contemporises the shoreline of Skye by using stainless steel, acrylic and vivid colour. Heather creates statement, wearable pieces that reflect her love of contemporary jewellery. Heather graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2011 with an MA in jewellery and recently launched her business in late 2012.



Graduated from Edinburgh College of Art 2006 BA (Hons) Silversmithing and Jewellery.   Artist in residence Edinburgh College of Art until 2008.  Exhibitions and outlets include Expo Arte in Olso, Tate Modern (shop) in London, Cambridge Contemporary Crafts, Brass Monkeys in Hove, Au Boutique in Glasgow, National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh and Franny & Filer in Manchester.



Dorothy graduated from Brighton,going on to study at the Royal College of Art. She now lives and works in Cornwall, using silver and semi precious stones. She is particularly interested in hand making chains.


Kelly Munro's jewellery combines branded wood, knotted rubber and delicately pierced metal, both precious and non- precious. She uses the traditional process of wood burning and mixed with the creation of her own tools used to manipulate the surface of the wood. Combining this with hand pierced structures that loosely represent fishing nets she tries to capture the rustic feel of her homeland and fishing heritage at the very far north coast of Scotland.


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