The Best of British Jewellery
29 Nov 2019 - 23 Dec 2019
This December we bring together a beautiful selection of British jewellers who create work in both precious and non-precious materials.
Exhibiting artists include: Malcolm Appleby, Elizabeth Jane Campbell, Susan Cross, Patrick Davison, Grace Girvan, Dorothy Hogg, Ruth Leslie, Alison Macleod, Grant McCaig, Jacqueline Mina, Wendy Ramshaw and Misun Won.
Catkin Happenstance Studs View details
Catkin Happenstance StudsFairtrade 18ct yellow gold, pear shaped rubies (0.29ct), brilliant cut champagne diamonds, round dark blue sapphiresH:0.7cm W:1.1cm£1,650Photograph: Shannon ToftsCatkin Happenstance Chain Studs (on model) View details
Catkin Happenstance Chain Studs (on model)Fairtrade 18ct yellow gold, pear shaped blue tourmalines, oval rubies, blue diamondsH:5.4cm W:1.3cm£2,100Photograph: Caro WeissCatkin Happenstance Necklet View details
Catkin Happenstance Necklet18ct yellow gold (pendant and fitting are Fairtrade), oval blue tourmaline, pear shaped pink tourmaline, brilliant white diamond, champagne diamond (0.09ct)H:0.8cm W:2cm L:48cm£1,990Photograph: Shannon ToftsEarrings View details
Earrings201918ct red gold, 18ct green gold, 22ct yellow goldH:3cm W:1.8cm£3,600Boxes View details
Boxes2017 - 201818ct green gold, 18ct red gold, fine silver, sterling silverH:1.5-5cm W:5.8-6.3cm£5,950 - £7,950Brooch View details
Brooch201918ct green gold, 18ct red gold, 22ct yellow goldH:5cm W:7.5cm£3,995
Enamelled Drop Earrings201918ct yellow gold, silver and enamelH:4cm W:1.5cm£720Selection of Pebble Pendants View details
Selection of Pebble Pendants2018silver, oxidised silver, pebblesL:25-28cm£160 - £180 (right sold)