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.


Graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. Based in Crieff. Scottish (born Mombassa).

Fiona press forms silver to create simple shapes which are then enamelled and fused with gold foil bringing colour and texture to each individual piece.


Trained at Birmingham School of Jewellery and Central St. Martins, Lucy established her London workshop in 2002 within Cockpit Arts Deptford.


Rhona McCallum is an MA graduate from Edinburgh College of Art working in precious and non-precious metals and natural stone. Rhona works from her studio in Glasgow and exhibits her work in the UK and internationally.


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.



Angie creates bold, colour-saturated jewellery using Jesmonite and sterling silver in her Surrey workshop.  Each piece is hand cast and pigmented in softly graphics shapes and contemporary colour palettes


One of the country’s leading enamellers. Represented UK at Inhorgenta, Germany. In many public & private collections including Stafford Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Liverpool Museum & Art Gallery. Son is jeweller John Moore.


Emma Morris is a Glasgow based contemporary jewellery designer, working in metal and mixed media. She creates sculptural and playful pieces through a playful and tactile approach to making and thinking. Play is a concept which carries through from her inspiration to her making process and final pieces. 


Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1988, Zsuzsi Morrison has created individual and one off enamel pieces by hand.. Using traditional enamelling techniques to express modern concepts, her work has a distinct avant-garde personal language. Her pieces are in many private collections and exhibited in galleries and design shops in London, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, the USA and UK. Outlets include CAA and Brook Gallery. She also makes work to commission.


London. Born Morocco. Works with resin & rubber. In the collection of the National Museums of Scotland & Aberdeen Art Gallery. Recently completed her first book, Cast Resin Jewellery published by A & C Black. Shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Po Shing Woo Jewellery Prize, 2001. Work recently bought by TV resonality Jon Snow. Outlets include Lesley Craze, London, Craft & Design Centre, Leeds & The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.

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