Dazzle@Dovecot

 

Designers

CATHERINE TUTT

Currently living and working in North Devon, Bideford. Main body of work uses precious metals and diamonds. Has designed range of pewter tableware for Wentworth Pewter Co. for which ,outlets have included John Lewiss. Current and past stockists include Diana Porter, Bristol, Jody Cory, Bath,  Kalo,Glasgow, Juno,Dunoon. Metalsmith, Heathfield and Oxidium, Bournemouth.

CLAIRE UNDERWOOD

Claire works in silver and gold embellished with colourful glass beads, bright enamel and precious gemstones.

ANNA WALES

After studying at Middlesex University and then spending a year at the Bishopsland workshops near Reading, Anna moved back to London and now has a studio at Cockpit Arts in Holborn.  

She creates sophisticated, sensual jewellery full of movement and light, generally crafted from countless delicate pieces to form a flowing, articulated whole

DEELYN WALSH

DeeLyn is a Liverpool based jewellery designer, originally from the US. Her bold, architecturally inspired jewellery designs are explored through geometric patterns and repetitive rhythmical forms.

LOIS JANE WISEMAN

Lois Jane Wiseman is a Scottish enameller based in Glasgow. Having grown up on the North-East coast of Banffshire, Lois draws inspiration from the scenic coasts and quaint harbours for which the area is famous. She creates fun enamel jewellery that is a colourful celebration of her home and heritage.

MISUN WON

Recently graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2008 with a master degree. Working  in the college as an artist in residency now. Won a gold award for Fashion Production Jewellery in Goldsmiths' Craftsmanship & Design Award in 2008. Exhibited in UK, Europe, and USA include Origin 2008, London; Inhorgenta Europe 2009, Munich; SOFA New York 2009, New York

KATE WOOD

Kate Wood makes feminine, ethereal jewellery using fine beading and chain work techniques.  Constructed entirely by hand from multiple tiny gemstones, pearls and chains, each piece has a beautiful movement and really comes alive when worn.  Her work is admired for its  delicacy, intricately detailed finish and lightness of touch.

ANNABET WYNDHAM

Brighton. Silversmith. Residency in Brisbane, Australia, 2003 - The Hat Project. Featured in Elle & World of Interiors magazines. Buyers include Dr Miriam Stoppard & Sir Trevor Nunn. Exhibitions and outlets include The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh & the Craft & Design Centre, Leeds.

YEN

Yen’s work is very distinctive; it has dynamic, visual and physical impact.  The Collection plays on the effect of repetition and linear organisation, creating sculptural pieces that are unlike other decorative jewellery.  Combining silver with gold and occasionally with stones in articulated pieces which come to life once worn.

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