Unique and beautiful jewellery created with recycled materials from designers Lucy Harvey, Kate Holdsworth, Helen Noakes and Charlotte Swaddle.
Lucy Harvey is a conceptual Metal-smith who explores our narrative relationship with objects. Under the label of ‘Elsie Owl Adornment’, she pairs found objects with precious metals to create enigmatic wearables. Lucy’s sculptural work is part of our current exhibition Re-make/Re-model until 27 February. Find out more about Re-make/Re-model.
Prices range from £30 - £100.
"I’m a Textile and Jewellery maker, working in the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham. My work revolves around an innovative process that I recently developed. It combines glass and knitting and fuses them together to create a unique composite textile. The jewellery collection encapsulates the essence of the two fused materials."
Prices range from £25 - £105.
Salisbury based jeweller Helen Noakes works in resin and silver. Surprise and humour are integral to each piece of jewellery she makes, incorporating miniature figures from tigers to penguins to circus performers. Helen also enjoys making work to commission creating individual pieces reflecting her customers’ interests.
Prices range from £70 - £270.
"The main concept behind my pieces of jewellery is that they should be unique and meaningful. This can be achieved by taking a piece of paper that has sentimental or special value to an individual and creating an exclusive piece of jewellery."
Prices range from £50 - £180.