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Material Focus: Aluminium

Aluminium is not a material which immediately lends itself to the production of jewellery. It is by contrast an element with huge domestic and industrial capability and probably more associated with the humble drinks can or the wafer thin kitchen foil that we take for granted during our everyday … Continue Reading

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A Solid Gold Alternative

Applying an outer layer of gold to a less valuable metal base is nothing new. But the process of gold filling is a much more recent development and, as you'll see, it's a great alternative to overlaying or … Continue Reading


Pop Art and Jewellery

Andy Warhol – ‘Campbell’s Soup’ 1968 Pop Art is: Popular (designed for a mass audience), Transient (short-term solution), Expendable (easily forgotten), Low cost, Mass produced, Young (aimed at youth), Witty, Sexy, … Continue Reading

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A Guide to Stone Set Findings

I have spent some time researching jewellery products and designs in the hope of discovering a new and exciting style and came across stone set findings! Cooksongold have an exciting new launch of products that is … Continue Reading

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Focus on Enamelling

Enamel is essentially powdered glass which is fused to metal using extreme heat to create decoration. It has been used in varying forms for thousands of years to embellish jewellery and decorative objects and some … Continue Reading