Largely influenced by the wild Cornish landscape, Debra’s jewellery designs have an emphasis on the texture and structure of natural forms and aim to capture the interesting contours, ridges and curves of coastal and forest finds. Her most recent work reflects the sweeping movement of seaweed, waves and sand patterns during the shifting tide and […]
Lucy Joines’ playful ceramics are beautifully decorated with underglazes and gold lustre to depict the wildlife of moor and sea. Her illustrative designs capture a magical world and each and every one is unique. They will be displayed alongside striking contemporary jewellery by Laura Drayson. Silver and semi-precious gemstones are combined to create sculptural pieces, […]
Come and visit my little studio workshop at the top of our rather wild garden in a beautiful rural setting not far from the sea. You will find a range of handmade jewellery, mostly informal and with lots of hammered textures. Access is up a steepish grassy path but if you prefer less of a […]
Jane started her journey as a jeweller in 1996, and after going on to complete a metals, glass and ceramics degree at Plymouth CAD, she then went on to work, and hone her skills, in a full-time job with a prestigious Truro jeweller, who she still works with 21 years later. Over the years she […]
Ceciel is an independent designer-maker with a passion for combining understated and perhaps undervalued materials such as pewter, acrylic, slate or copper in her designs, touching on Cornish heritage. Using traditional construction techniques allows for materials to be elevated into bold, colourful and precious pieces of Statement Jewellery.
Working in a variety of precious metals, my focus is contemporary design using traditional techniques. Using different materials to texture the metal, I create unique surface decoration that uses light and shadow to enhance my designs. Inspired by functional jewellery, my vessel pendants allow the wearer to place treasured items inside, allowing them to be […]
The beaded necklaces will use various techniques of connecting the beads, these can include specialist wires, threads including silk and linen and cotton. I will be demonstrating how these techniques can be used for different jobs and materials. The larger beads can be used with wire, if the bead material is robust enough. Silk is […]