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David Poston


Bangle Bracelet, 2016

Stainless Steel
H:12cm W:14cm D:4cm
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‘Arthur’s’ Bracelet, 2013

Painted mild steel from a Glen Morangie whisky tin
H:10cm W:9cm D:8cm
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Neck chain, 2016

Stainless steel and glass beads
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Bangle Bracelet, 2016

Forged titanium
H:8.3cm W:7.1cm D:2.9cm
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Stainless Steel Necklace, 2010

Stainless steel
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Twisted Bangle, 2013

H:7cm W:8cm D:0.9cm
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Silver Bead Necklace, 1973

Fused silver beads
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Forged Stainless Steel Neckpiece, 2016

Forged Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel Wire
H:18.5cm W:16cm D:0.8cm
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Stainless Steel Bangle, 1979

Stainless steel and stainless steel cable
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Bangle with Glass Beads, 2010

Stainless steel wire, fine black, olive green and brownpurple beads
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Stainless Steel Necklace, 2013

stainless steel wire
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David Poston

Born: 1948
Place of Birth: Moscow

David Poston is a significant senior visual artist who specialises in jewellery and objects.

Born to British parents in Moscow, Russia in 1948 he was educated in the United Kingdom and graduated from the jewellery design course at Hornsey College of Art. David worked as an artist-jeweller using mainly non-precious metals and other materials from 1970 until 1984, and then again from 2000 until the present day. In between, he has worked to assist in the development of sustainable livelihoods in twelve different African countries. He has contributed inventions through medical technology research, introduced a three-dimensional haptic interface to potential developers in the UK, was involved internationally in several high-tech start-up companies and spent three years as leader of the Jewellery and Silversmithing programme at Loughborough University. David currently works from his studio in Suffolk.

Public Collections include:
Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; National Gallery, Melbourne, Australia; National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh; Shipley Art Gallery & Museum, Tyne & Wear

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