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.
Contemporary jewellery designs inspired by photographic images of light with the theme of movement, fragility and protection. Fine wire and metallic threads represent the spontaneous lines and the detail involved in each light photograph. The photographs and jewellery reflect and capture the excitement and energy associated with city nightlife where you are surrounded by the darkness of night yet observe many forms of light and colour consciously or subconsciously.
Designs in wood, leather and metal. Bespoke ideas welcome, or ask for our catalogue. Celtic ideas welcome.
Exciting and original design and first class manufacture in gold and diamond jewellery. Innovative concepts created in our own workshops, wrought in precious metal and enhanced with diamonds and other precious stones. Award-winning styles always available and a personal design service to create the special piece for birthday, anniversary or ceremony. Morse Collection jewellery has secret messages of love in diamond dots and dashes, each piece lovingly created especially for the person in your life. Designed exclusively by Eric Smith, this unique concept can let the diamonds do the talking.
Jewellery that is made to be worn. Designed and made with the body in mind and inspired by a moonlit garden.
I am inspired by Northwest Europe's early historical artefacts and influenced by the cultures and political predicaments of Native Americans. Over the years I have developped a unique style I often call Native European. In this style I produce jewellery of contemporary fashion, such as pendants and kiltpins. These distinguished designs can be tailor made to suit such special occasions as weddings, for instance a matching brooch and kiltpin for bride and groom.
Conceptual jeweller creating contemporary silver jewellery, examining the urban landscape through the contemporary use of vitreous enamel.
Eva has just graduated from an MFA in Jewellery and Silversmithing (2016) at Edinburgh College of Art. She is starting an art residency in the same institution in September to continue developing her work.
Jewellery, Stationery, Accessories and Decorations handcrafted in Scotland from rare and recycled materials too good to waste.