Dazzle @ Dovecot




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.


Inspired by Fairy Tales and Nature, Francesca Marcenaro makes unusual pieces of Jewellery in gold, silver, titanium, ebony, precious and semi-precious stones. Over the years Francesca developed her signature technique of “Glass Granulation”, a contemporary mix between the concept of Granulation and Enamelling that gives to the surface of most of her Pieces a “soft”, unmistakable sparkle.


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


London-based textile artist, who specialises in handcrafted, embellished textiles, merging tradition with contemporary design. Beatrice Mayfiled's textile work embeds heritage within the contemporary, blending traditional techniques and processes with the energy and language of abstract mark-making. The foundation of her work is a palette of traditional couture embroidery techniques, stitches, and processes.


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.


Heather McDermott is a contemporary jeweller based on the Isle of Skye. Her newest collection ‘Tidal Surge’ contemporises the shoreline of Skye by using stainless steel, acrylic and vivid colour. Heather creates statement, wearable pieces that reflect her love of contemporary jewellery. Heather graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2011 with an MA in jewellery and recently launched her business in late 2012.



Karen lives and works in Edinburgh.  Particularly influenced by a 1950’s and 1960‘s colour palette and the simplicity of Scandinavian design, her most recent work involves inlaying pattern or simple line details into resin, giving the impression of a continual line and form. Within design she is fascinated by subtle changes in tone, which create harmony, producing jewellery that compliments any occasion.



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.


Caitlin creates art and wearable art that is centred around high levels of accuracy and precision. Woven and folded thin precious and non precious metals are attached to steel and silver frames. This allows Caitlin’s woven jewellery to come to life with a focus on colour and illusion.


Rentaro creates sculptural 3D printed jewellery with minimal, architectural aesthetic in bold colours.

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