Tania Clarke Hall
“My jewellery celebrates the pleasure of the unpredictable and the overwhelming potential of this natural material.”
Tania Clarke Hall is an award-winning jeweller working in leather. Influenced by her background in chemistry and a love of Japanese design, with its wabi-sabi aesthetic, Tania’s bold and dramatic pieces are designed with a deceptively simple economy of line. She delights in moulding, slashing, and colouring the leather using experimental and innovative techniques that continually push the boundaries of her medium. She explores blending traditional techniques from other disciplines such as bookbinding. The result is elegant yet playful jewellery, created to be worn in a variety of ways: twisted, scooped, wrapped or draped on the body.
Tania studied at Middlesex University under acclaimed contemporary jeweller and artist Caroline Broadhead, gaining a 1st Class BA Hons in Jewellery. She continues to work on new collections and bespoke commissions for both private and retail clients from her studio at Cockpit Arts in central London.