Dazzle@Dovecot

 

Designers

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.

JOHN & DAWN FIELD

Workshop in Holmfirth,West Yorkshire. Works with silver, semi-precious stones, wood and other unusual materials. Outlets include Leeds Craft and Design Centre & Pyramid, York.

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.

ISLA GILHAM

Isla Gilham creates precious pieces with a delicous twist, using handcarved juicy gemstones that are tempting & indulgent

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.

FINLAY GRANT

Finlay Grant is a Scottish jewellery artist creating bold, vibrant brooches and neckpieces using coloured resin

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

CAITLIN HEGNEY

Caitlin Hegney creates handmade silver and wooden jewellery that resonates with the ancient past.  She makes her timeless designs from her home studio, in Helensburgh, on the West coast of Scotland.

EMILY HIGHAM

Recently graduating from Edinburgh College of Art, Emily is a jeweller, designer and maker who uses the process of enameling to explore colour and pattern. Using the combination of vitreous enamel layered under industrial enamel, Emily creates delicate and asethical jewellery pieces that are inspired by honeycomb and the layers within beehives. 

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