JEWELLERY MAKERS

Imagination, skill and love of the materials are probably the elements that these designer/makers have in common. 

Everything else is so diverse: silver, slate, copper, brass, acrylic resin, shell . . .

 

Jewelllery makers from the Island and around Britain are represented here, and prices are amazingly affordable

Rowena Park

Stylish Acrylic Jewellery

Rowena has developed a distinctive technique of working on the back of  clear acrylic as if working on glass, using hand cut stencils, free brush work, and combining transparent coloured glazes with 14 and 23.5 carat white and yellow gold leaf and using multi layering techniques. Resins protect the back surfaces from wear.

Jill Stewart

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the jewellery is original, quirky, delicate, and very wearable.  The clocks are etched and created from different metals to form small pictures with text.  They feature animals and birds and like the jewellery evoke a miniature version of the natural world and it's magic.

Ruth Giddens - Skylarking

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Based on the Island and inspired by the natural world, Ruth Giddens, has created her 'Skylarking' range of sterling silver, gold and precious stone jewellery.  Contemporary, youthful designs to lift the heart.

Kate Rhodes

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Jewellery inspired by everyday doodling of shapes, pattterns and natural forms.  Using silver, brass and other materials.

Beastie Assemblages

December 15th 2016

enamelled copper, jeweller's wire, broken china and a variety of recycled and rescued oddments are pressed into service to make these delightful constructs, brooches and pendants

Slate & Silver Jewellery Co

Natural Slate Inset with Silver or Gold

The slates we use are sourced in Cumbria and we use three distinct types:

  •  Black : sedimentary slate laid down in the oceanic period about 300 - 350 million years ago

  •  Green : slate formed from volcanic ash about 450 million years ago -  sometimes with patterns from different periods of eruption

  •  Silver-grey : volcanic slate formed approx. 400 million years ago

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