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Intimate Jewels: Surrealism, Fetish and Fairytales - thoughts on a lecture by Dr Sabina Stent at the UCB School of Jewellery

The Jewellery Quarter continues to surprise me with little treats: it turns out the School of Jewellery (University College Birmingham) is currently running a lecture series called… 935 more words

Historical Jewellery

Mothering Sunday: buttons and blooms

Inspired by all the Fashion Week talk of new collections and seasonal trends, I decided to do something new this month. I’m releasing my own ‘capsule collection’ for Mothers’ Day, or rather, for Mothering Sunday. 543 more words

Historical Jewellery

Sense of Place - Further Progression

In order to create some interesting shapes and get the ball rolling, I gathered pictures from my trips (Fuerteventura / Iceland) and began tracing the shapes I’d found within the surfaces of rock, walls and other places. 152 more words

Student Life

Creating Rubber Moulds

Last year I created some 3D models using Rhino. These were then 3D printed in wax and then cast in silver. After getting them back this year I used them to create some rubber moulds in order to produce multiples of the same piece. 625 more words

Student Life

Bespoke bridesmaids: inside the design process of a commission

So I recently received my first commission, and it’s a special one. Sami, one of my best friends, a uni housemate and fellow 2017-bride-to-be, asked me to design some bespoke jewellery for her bridesmaids and flower girls. 692 more words

Creative Entrepreneur

Inspired by the Crown of Thorns

You guys loved this pair of rings on Instagram, so we wanted to show you how they were designed. 

F emailed us describing what he had in mind for an engagement ring for his girlfriend. 538 more words

Unique Design

Mixed metals and colored gemstones: engagement ring choices

Times square measure changing: it’s time to be brave, to be you, and categorical yourself in ways in which you never even thought were potential. 836 more words