Dazzle@Oxo

 

Designers

GAIL KLEVAN

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.

HARRIET ROSE KNIGHT

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.

KOKKINO

Timelessly elegant and sophisticated jewellery in silver with the addition of vitreous enamel and 24ct gold plating.

LATHAM & NEVE

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.

MARION LEBOUTEILLER

Marion explores the relationship between natural and human worlds by combining silver, gold or bronze with natural elements such as mother-of-pearl or felt.

JENNY LLEWELLYN

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. 

DEBBIE LONG

Debbie Long graduated from Middlesex Polytechnic in 1991 with a First Class Honours Degree. She creates highly original and innovative pieces of hand folded and forged metal jewellery. She works from her studio in Carshalton, South London. 

LYNNE MACLACHLAN

Lynne MacLachlan's work plays with light, space and colour; vibrant geometric forms reveal ephemeral, shimmering optical patterns, crossing the boundaries of design, art and fashion.

TINA MACLEOD

Scottish designer/maker Tina Alexandra MacLeod works predominately in silver but also explores Japanese alloy techniques such as shibuichi and mokume gane to create hollow forms. Using colour as a surface texture through patination, she is able to convey a sense of the unique nature of the Scottish Highlands.

LINDSEY MANN

Winchester, Hampshire.  Lindsey combines printed anodised aluminium with precious metals and altered found objects to create playful jewellery.  Outlets include Contemporary Applied Arts, London, Galerie Cebra, Dusseldorf, Julie Artisans Gallery, New York.

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