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Disappearing Enamel Boards

Once upon a time, the blue enamel board was the gold standard of name boards.In table and kitchenware the enamelware ranked much lower than porcelain and stainless stell. 27 more words


THE STREET - final pieces

SOOO just finished my final pieces for the street brief and im really really happy with them so thought i would do a lil blog post! 82 more words


Enamoured at The Goldsmiths' Centre


at The Goldsmiths’ Centre
Until 18th November 2016

The Goldsmiths’ Centre is the Farringdon outpost of the illustrious and historic Goldsmiths’ Company, the ancient livery company that still functions to support and promote the goldsmiths’ craft and trade. 272 more words


TECHNIQUES - enamel samples

These are all my experimental enamel samples for the street brief —–

I love the riveted samples that move, and the stencilled samples, especially the thickly laid one, I think i will definitely use that technique in my final design.


Arthur Hash

Over the past few weeks I have gotten buckets loads of inspiration through my pictures of cracks in the street and my enamel experiments but I had not found any jewellers that inspired me Рthat was until I was introduced to the jeweller Arthur Hash an American Jeweller whose hexagon pieces really caught my eye. 251 more words


Sawing Out

Before reading this post please read the previous post ”Efcolour” to understand what tool I am using.

In college we have been instructed to have six different enamelling techniques while carrying on with our ”The Streets” brief, I have already covered using stencils with enamel to create different designs on my metal and now I am moving on to my second technique which was sawing out different shapes within my hexagon shapes. 365 more words