David Watkins has been designing and making jewellery since the 1960's and is known for his experimental approach to materials and technology. He was the Professor of Goldsmithing, silversmithing, metalwork and Jewellery at the Royal College of Art from 1984-2007. He is a studio jeweller and occasional sculptor.
"I like to explore technologies - to discover what they can do for me. And materials. All materials have their own inherent beauty - it's simply a matter of teasing this out. This means we must also make with hands, eyes and intuition, being true to our personal vision."
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Leaf Pin 61997GoldD:8cmPrice on Application
Askant The Brook (Ophelia 3) Bangle2007Acetal and stainless steelD:14.5cmPrice on Application
Matrix X Pin1993GoldH:16.6cm W:8cmPrice on Application
Black Lace (Au-inclusion 4)2006Gold and acrylicD:14.5cmPrice on Application
Orbits 5: Black Slide Neckpiece2003AcrylicH:29cm W:30cmPrice on Application
Torus 280 (B1)1988Gilded brassD:28cmPrice on Application
In Arcadia 2 Bangle2006Layered plasma cut stainless steelW:14.5cm D:14.5cmPrice on Application
Ring1972Silver and precious stoneH:2.5cmPrice on Application
Ring1972Gold and various stonesH:3cmPrice on ApplicationSoldReserved
Drill 1 Bangle1989ColorcoreW:14.5cm D:14.5cmPrice on Application