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Scottish Island Jewellery
Scottish Island Jewellery

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Personal Statement

Having studied at Cardonald college in Glasgow for a NC and a HND in Jewellery and Silversmithing, Shirley graduated in 2001 from Duncan of Jordanstone
College of Art and Design in Dundee with a B Des (Hons) Degree In Jewellery and Metalwork. Shirley now lives on Bute, taking commissions and Repairs. Shirley also offers a remodelling service. This usually involves the customer providing gem set jewellery which is Carefully dismantled and reworked into contemporary rings, pendants and
earrings. The new pieces retain the
sentimental value of the gemstones or metal. Customers are encouraged to be involved in the design process, which
often results in a completely unique piece being created.
Shirley now works on the Scottish Island jewellery Range which includes Sterling silver pendants, cufflinks, earrings, tie tac's and bracelets all available made in the shape of Scottish islands. This includes Skye, Barra, Orkney, Shetland and Rum to name but a few. All available on website.
A lovely gift for yourself or a partner, as a remembrance or a celebration. Shirley K Lloyd's fabulous Sterling silver ‘Scottish Islands’ are a truly wonderful way to display and wear your delight in one of Scotland's many inspirational islands.

Year Established: 1995

Achievements

NC and a HND in Jewellery and Silversmithing
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee with a B Des (Hons) Degree In Jewellery and Metalwork

Products and materials

Scottish Island Jewellery
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