My designs are inspired by my rural Scottish environment - starry skies, changing landscapes, horizons, the sea. Movement of line and tactility are important features of my work, and some pieces incorporate a further sensory element in the form of aromatic beads that contain the perfume or essential oil of the wearer's choice.
I am interested in producing work from a narrative relating to the wearer. This allows me to produce a piece which is directly related to the wearer and is much more than just a decorative object.
Ebba Goring uses traditional jewellery making techniques to transform her hand crocheted cotton and lace designs using skills that have been handed down from generation to generation into precious metal pieces of jewellery, thus preserving them forever.
Taking inspiration from her home in the Scottish Highlands, Eileen produces a wide range of jewellery and silverware ranging from contemporary charm bracelets to Christening cups, spoons and bowls.
Eleanor Symms combines precious and non-precious materials to make unique pieces of jewellery.
Using detailed layering of silver wires, I immediately found I could create beautiful structures and elements in precious metals.
Ellis Mhairi Cameron is a contemporary art jeweller, designer and maker. She is inspired by the natural landscapes ability to trigger memory and emotion.
Eloise transforms her expressive paintings of organic pattern into eye-catching items of jewellery using silver and colourful gemstones.
The unique items range from simple and elegant pendants to wonderfully intricate earrings and neckpieces.
I design and make contemporary handmade jewellery using oxidized and un-oxidized precious metal, perspex and resin.
When designing my jewellery I enjoy exploring the texture and free movement of textiles and applying this element to the hard-edged nature of metal. This has led me on to create my own unique textile which I make by compressing steel wool and inlaying gold, silver and coloured wire among the particles of steel.