Designer of the Month: Elizabeth Anne Norris

Originally an Environmental Scientist, jewellery designer Elizabeth Anne Norris uses her previous career as an influence on her pieces and the materials she uses, making designs from 100% recycled metal such as Ecosilver when possible. Take a look at the following interview to learn more about her work and time in the industry… Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Wallace Regelous

Great wave pendant

Jewellery designer Wallace Regelous favours her saw frame among her other jewellery tools, using it to create a variety of pieces featuring ivy, the sea and animals – and sometimes even a kinetic element. Read on to learn more about Wallace's work, the lessons she has learnt from her time in the industry and more. Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Katie Belcher

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Self-taught jewellery maker Katie Belcher creates her pieces mainly from silver, using metal stamping techniques to give the designs that personal touch. Discover more about her background, her favourite handmade jewellery piece and more in the following Designer of the Month interview. Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, study and training in the … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Evgeniya Dunning

Sapphire ring

In 2013, Evgeniya gave up her job in marketing to become a full time jewellery maker and designer, and has not looked back since. She now uses a wide variety of techniques and skills to create her antique style, classic pieces, which often feature gemstones. Read more about her work in the following Designer of the Month interview. Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Claire Wrixton

Gemstone Pendants

With over 10 years’ experience of using silver clay to make jewellery, Claire is now developing her silversmithing technique. She likes to take inspiration for her designs from a number of sources, including her home county of Dorset and the Jurassic coast. Read on to find out more about her work… Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, study and … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Michael Cartwright

Floral Themed Rings and Bangle

Goldsmith Michael Cartwright makes a wide range of beautiful jewellery designs, from one-off commissions to a range of stunning floral jewellery inspired by nature. Take a look at the following Designer of the Month interview to learn more about his pieces, design style and the tools he couldn’t live without in his workspace… Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Anca Popescu

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Jewellery maker Anca gave up her career in engineering to start her own jewellery business, and now makes a wide range of pieces by using traditional techniques as well as crocheting. Learn more about her unique jewellery designs by reading about her work in this interview… Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, study and training in the jewellery … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Jill Lawrence

Jewellery designer Jill Lawrence favours sterling silver when creating her hammered wire pieces. Her designs often incorporate a 3D element to make them stand out, and she likes to take influence from her love of the sea when making a new piece. Learn more about her work in the following Designer of the Month interview… Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Alison Young

The natural world is a big feature of jewellery designer Alison Young’s handmade pieces, in particular rare black coral which takes centre stage as part of her black coral jewellery collection. Learn more about her design style, inspiration and more in the following Designer of the Month interview. Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, study and … [Read more...]

Designer of the Month: Rudolf Molnar

Enamel and precious metals feature a lot in the work of enamel artist and goldsmith Rudolf Molnar, who gets the inspiration for his unique pieces from mythology and nature among other things. Read on to learn about his background, his favourite piece and more… Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, study and training in the jewellery making … [Read more...]