Dazzle @ Dovecot

Dazzle Edinburgh at Dovecot Studios - Poppy Norton Rings

2-25 August 2024

We are delighted to be back at Dovecot Studios for the Edinburgh Festival 2024. Dovecot is one of Europe’s leading tapestry and textile studios and a landmark international centre for this contemporary art form. An exciting lineup of shows has already been announced for both the International and the Fringe festivals, and we have a great selection of contemporary jewellers for this years Edinburgh exhibition.

Rings by Poppy Norton Dazzle Edinburgh

We are excited to be showing a number of designers new to Dazzle this year as well as our stunning selection of Dazzle regulars. Plus works by leading Printmaker and Textile designer.



2 to 25 August

Open 10am to 5.30pm (last entry 5pm) 

Thursday lates until 8pm.

Entry to Dazzle is free and there is no need to book tickets.




Images from top to bottom:

Bangle by Christina Hirst, Earrings by Pikaya, Necklace by Jane Adam. Brooch by Caitlin Murphy. Rings by Poppy Norton.

Print by Rachel Duckhouse. Scarf by Anna Wheeler - Cotswold Knit.



For more than 30 years Jane Adam has built an international reputation as a jewellery designer-maker. She has been exhibiting with Dazzle since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1985. Her pioneering work in anodised aluminium inspired a new jewellery movement in Britain and abroad. Her work in precious metal and stones builds on this experience to create original and sensuous forms in silver and gold. Her work is in more than 20 public collections including The V&A, Goldsmiths Company and The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh.dia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and USA.


Aillie Anderson creates dynamic, minimal adornment and small scale sculpture using a combination of uniquely textured, precisely scored silver and hand cast jesmonite forms. Born and based in Glasgow, Aillie draws inspiration from the built environment, particularly the architecture and industrial features of the city and explores scale, texture and materials to highlight her appreciation of these overlooked details and reinterpret them into treasured pieces of jewellery and objects.


Eve Balashova explores repetition, movement and manipulation of shape and form in her statement jewellery. She combines strict geometry with soft flowing curves to create unique, vibrant and energetic pieces.


Egle Banyte's work focuses on the geometry of everyday life. Recognising that we are surrounded and yet often oblivious to geometry, her work aims at re-engaging its beholders with the mathematics of life, the patterns of the material world.


Edinburgh, award winning jeweller Donna Barry, designs and creates beautiful botanical jewellery collections, inspired by her love of flowers and foliage, plants, and repetitive patterns in nature.


Isabella creates timeless jewellery impacted by history and belief. Every piece is handcrafted in precious metals utilising the torus shape as her reoccurring motif. She creates minimalist everyday jewellery with a strong aesthetic impact, as well as one-off statement pieces with intricate patterns and textures.


Sheffield. Silver with 18 and23.5 carat golds. Inthe collection of the Cohn Foundation, USA. Work bought by Will Young, James Nesbitt and Michael Stipe.

Outlets include Kath Libbert - Bradford, @ work and Gill Wing - London,  The Craft Centre and Design Gallery - Leeds, Bluecoat Display Centre - Liverpool, The Biscuit Factory - Newcastle, Ruthin Craft Centre - Wales, Number Five - Cuper.


Contemporary jewellery lovingly French knitted and crocheted by hand. Suzanne Claire is a Manchester based jeweller. Outlets include Gill Wing, London, New Ashgate Gallery, Surrey, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, Ruthin Craft Centre, Denbighshire, SH Jewellery, Edinburgh, MCDC, Manchester and Victoria Sewart, Plymouth


Cotswold Knit is a slow fashion brand of artisan knitwear and accessories, designed by Anna Wheeler. Inspired by the seasonal colours of the British countryside, Anna focuses on meticulous craftsmanship and playful creative design. All knits are crafted in the UK from natural fibres.


My work has always had a strongly illustrative leaning. It grows out of drawings and sketches some observational, some imagined.

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