Jen makes jewellery in silver and gold, inspired by landscapes around Scotland. She enjoys making pieces using a clients favourite landscapes and is most happy in her workshop.
Hand crafted stirling silver jewellery inspired by Modernist architecture.
Jennifer Brown graduated from Edinburgh College of Art, specialising in jewellery.
Brown works primarily in precious metals, combined with stones, resin and enamel. Her work is informed by a fixation with detail, "elements or anomalies which might go unnoticed, but to me seem extraordinary are a constant source of inspiration". Brown aims to create objects which from a distance appear beautiful, sophisticated and quiet but hold an allure and invite close inspection.
Jennifer Gray (MA RCA) is a Designer/Maker of jewellery and objects. Her work is sold through London based Galleries and Design shops, she also works to commission.
Construction is an integral theme in my contemporary jewellery. Scaffolding, cranes and building sites act as the starting point from which I take inspiration from its industrial environment. I utilize non precious materials such as coloured rubber cord and stainless steel wire alongside precious materials, such as silver and gold tube to bring a sense of fragility and elegance to objects which are associated with being unattractive and invasive.
Jenny Deans’ work explores the relationship between the wearer and the jewellery, especially people’s love of playing with jewellery. This has led her to develop movable pieces which have fluidity and movement inherent in the form, and which encourage interaction. Looking at pattern, rhythm, and repetition, she has developed her ideas into three-dimensional pieces, which explore volume and transparency of structures. Using repetitive layers and shapes in wire enables her to create arrangements giving a wonderful sense of volume and space. This encourages the viewer to see different perspectives simultaneously, producing an understanding of the volume within the form.
Purple Pomegranate jewellery is the work of Jesse Ball. She lives in the hills of Dumfries and Galloway, and her jewellery is crafted using buttons, silver, semi precious gemstones and other found objects.
Jewellery designed and handcrafted by us from sterling silver, semi-precious stones, minerals and organics.
Luscious fresh water pearls, the sparkle of Swarovski crystals and the beauty of semi-precious stones and colourful beads all combine in the making of my designs.
I have been working in metal for 20 years.I work largely in silver and found objects. I try to achive a handmade/machined aesthetic. Most of my work is fabricated by hand with cast and machined elements. I am fascinated with nature, biology and mythology, and this influences and inspires my practice.