Dazzle@Dovecot

 

Designers

TANIA CLARKE HALL

Tania Clarke Hall crafts her jewellery from leather.  Her cutting edge designs are versatile and playful yet retain a timeless elegant quality.  Working from her central London studio, Tania sells and exhibits her work both in the USA and UK.

 

MORNA DARLING

Based in Glasgow Morna Darling creates jewellery with a subtle palette of blues and silver. Her work takes inspiration from fabrics and clothing and enjoys playful exploration of how to create aspects of textiles such as layering and folding without using any in her work, achieving this with silver and enamel to create beautifully textured and patterned pieces.

MICHELLE FERNANDEZ

Based in London. Sculptural jewellery in silver, polypropylene and resin. Graduated from the Royal College of Art. Recipient of Crafts Council Setting-Up Grant. Public Collection: The Victoria & Albert Museum.

CAROLINE FINLAY

 Graduated from Grays School of Art. Based in Fife.

Contemporary silver and vitreous enamel jewellery, inspired by the shoreline. Traditional jewellery and enamelling techniques are combined with experimental ideas and finishes to give a fresh and spontaneous feel to colourful and tactile jewellery.

ANTONELLA GIOMARELLI

Hebden Bridge. Silver, Jet and Bog oak. New Designers One year On Award winner, 2007. Exhibitions and Outlets: Crafts Council Showcase, V&A, London; Masters & Proteges, Itami & Tokyo, Japan; Refresh, Kath Libbert, Brazen, Glasgow; Flow Gallery, London

GRACE GIRVAN

Orkney. Precious metals, wood & found materials. Goldsmiths Precious Metal Bursary Award, 2002. Outlets and exhibitions include Crafts Council Shop at the V and A., Dundee Contemporary Arts,Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, The Longship, Kirkwall, Orkney & The Metal Gallery, London.

DIANA GREENWOOD

Farnham, Surrey. Graduated from The Royal College of Art in 1993. Work includes silver jewellery, sometimes with gold and semi-precious stones inspired by horticulture and gardening and framed box pieces that have a very personal narrative. Outlets include @Work Gallery, Pimlico and Contemporary Applied Arts, London.

MABEL HASELL

Mabel is known for her unique designs and use of gemstones. As well as hand setting pieces she also uses the lost wax casting technique to set precious gemstones and raw, uncut crystals into jewellery with unpredictable and intriguing results.

EMMELINE HASTINGS

 Award-winning mixed media designer maker. Combining perspex, metals and other media in a unique process to produce one-off, contemporary and striking jewellery pieces

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