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Dorothy Hogg

MBE
1945-2022

Autumn Leaf Print Brooch

oxidised silver, seed pearls
H:8cm W:5cm D:0.7cm
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9ct & 18ct Gold Topped Rings

silver, 9ct gold or 18ct gold
H:2.5cm W:2cm D:0.4cm
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Double Ring

silver
H:3cm W:2.2cm D:1cm
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Oval Pendant with Cones

silver, textile
L:25cm H:7cm W:5cm
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Oval Earrings with Pearls

silver, pearls
L:7.5cm W:2cm D:0.6cm
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Gold Hȃr Ring, 2019

9ct yellow gold
H:2.5cm W:2cm D:0.8cm
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Mokume Gane Flat Top Rings, 2019

silver, mokume gane
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Necklace, Artery Series, 2010

Silver, acrylic, red pigment, leaf skeleton and black beads
L:46.5cm
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Dorothy Hogg

MBE
Born: 1945
Place of Birth: Troon
Died: 2022

Dorothy Hogg studied at both Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art and was Head of Jewellery & Silversmithing at Edinburgh College of Art from 1985 until 2007.

In 2001 she was awarded an MBE for services to jewellery and silversmithing and in 2005 won the Brilliantly Birmingham Jewellery Award; awarded to the jeweller who has made the greatest contribution to the world of designer-maker jewellery. Dorothy Hogg passed away on the 4th April 2022. She was one of The Scottish Gallery’s favourite contemporary jewellers and will be greatly missed.

Public Collections include: National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh; Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Museum of Arts and Design, New York; Goldsmiths’ Company London; Crafts Council, London; Birmingham Art Gallery and Museum; Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art; Musee Des Beaux Arts, Montreal, Canada.


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