A graduate of the Glasgow School of Art in 2014, Lindsay Hill won the Weston Beamor prize at New Designers in London. Lindsay's "Imperfection" range allows wearers to have a newly perceived value of stones.


Prudence Horrocks has recently graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with an MA in Jewellery. Her works is inspired by drawing. She used a combination of precious metal wires and plastic to recreate her drawings in a wearable form. 


Nick works from his studio; an old bakery overlooking the Staffordshire countryside.  His work is a figurative collection of oxidised silver jewellery and charms bearing words, messages of hope and affection.  Many pieces have moving parts and opening doors with intricate gold detail. 

Outlets and exhibitions include: Ruthin Craft Centre, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter Birmingham, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Manchester Craft Centre, Insel Galerie Germany, The Steensons Belfast, Craft Council at the V&A Museum London.  Buyers include; Jill Murphy, Roddy Doyle, Sue Townsend, Frances de la Tour.  


Born Germany now London-based. Machined & fabricated silver and/or gold-plated brass. Work featured in The Financial Times & European. Exhibitions include Schmuckszene 96, Munich. Outlets include Galerie Ra, Amsterdam.


Brighton. Silver with semi-precious stones. She makes a range of botanically themed embossed jewellery with 18 carat gold details. Outlets include Studio One Gallery, Edinburgh and Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool.


Porcelain and silver jewellery inspired by Surrealism, colour white and the deep sea.

I am Czech jeweller, now living and working in Glasgow, Scotland , exhibiting both in UK and internationally  (Art Jewellery Bienalle Beijing 2013, Mano Gallery, Taiwan, finalist of BKV prize 2014, Munich)


Based in Falmouth Cornwall, Stephanie works with silver and gold to create sculptural yet eminently wearable jewellery with a strong natural line and simple grace. Her work has attracted regional and national awards. Recent exhibitions, outlets and commissions include work for Electrum, London. Kath Libbert, Saltaire. Kneehigh Theatre, Cornwall. Leeds City Art Gallery. National Theatre, London. Yorkshire Sculpture Park


London. Trained at Manchester and Royal College of Art.  Handpainted acrylic which refracts dense colour with metallic gold and silver undertones across smooth and sculpted surfaces.These interact with the organic curvature and geometry of the highly polished optical-quality acrylic shapes creating shimmering, ever changing iridescence.


British jeweller Harriet Rose Knight has a beautifully quiet aesthetic taking pride in attention to detail. Currently combining contemporary and traditional craftsmanship to create her collection ‘A Portrayal of Composure’, Harriet intricately and lovingly cuts, dyes and rivets individual layers of birch wood.


Working predominatly with iron wire and precious metals Jenny Laidlaw creates jewellery inspired by the decaying forms found in nature. She is a recent graduate from Edinburgh College of Art’s Masters programme.

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