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  • Rose Hallam – Hand painted and photomontage jewellery
    beads are handmade from decorated card and photos each is hand rolled and has over ten coats of lacquer leaving it highly durable and light to wear The earring and necklace findings are sterling silver I work with the seasons and colours change throughout the year I am an exhibiting member of the Oxfordshire Craft Guild and sell my work through galleries and shops in Oxfordshire and beyond My work
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/rosehallam (2016-04-29)


  • Annia Marcus - Jewellery
    Sufism to the painting of Cecil Collins and began attending the Life Drawing classes of Ruth Eisenhart a former pupil of Cecil Collins at the Central School of Art When I moved to Oxfordshire in 1995 I deeply missed all of my art and pottery courses and for a while I tried to find something similar to replace them Having failed in this I then decided to try something else
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/anniamarcus (2016-04-29)

  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    lightly texture the silver surfaces and add tiny rose gold rivets and wires to highlight the design and add relief and colour I also use freshwater pearls and stones I enjoy making individually designed jewellery to commission and work in gold silver and a variety of stones for customers visiting my workshop e g engagement and wedding rings and other special occasion pieces I studied Jewellery and Silversmithing at Sheffield
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/valeriemead (2016-04-29)


  • Becky Morgans - Silver Jeweller
    the basic techniques which have been used for thousands of years Returning back to the UK I worked with a local jewellery maker where I continued learning creating my skills Having finished a one year apprenticeship I took the step to open my own shop in Thailand where I worked for over three years on customers own designs while producing hand made stock Now back in beautiful Oxford I have
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/beckymorgans (2016-04-29)

  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    materials I work with I strive to design affordable pieces of jewellery that have a close relationship with the wearer enjoying the restrictions and challenges that this imposes I use 18ct gold silver with 18ct gold and also platinum Gemstones range from diamonds to subtly coloured rainbow moonstones and tourmalines set in earrings rings and necklaces that sometimes include beads and cultured freshwater pearls The making process usually starts with
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/guenpalmer (2016-04-29)

  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    co uk web www paulinepayne co uk I am a freelance designer jeweller having studied at Portsmouth College of Art and Design I gained a number of prestigious awards for my jewellery work including two Royal Society of Arts Commendations and I won the National Platinum Award Working in gold and silver every piece is individually made some set with semi precious stones ranging from earrings to bridal head dresses
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/paulinepayne (2016-04-29)

  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    Annik Piriou Member email annikpiriou hotmail com I studied Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Painting when it was housed in the Ashmolean Museum and I have been making jewellery since the 1980 s I work in sterling silver decorated in various ways indenting and oxidising sometimes adding 18ct gold detail and gold plating 22ct hard gold I hunt out semi precious stones in the shapes and
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/annikpiriou (2016-04-29)

  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    up my studio in 1999 Whilst jewellery is my passion my original background was in ceramics and this has been the perfect foundation for my venture into a malleable form of silver otherwise known as silver clay or precious metal clay pmc Silver clay is a revolutionary material that challenges any preconceptions about how precious metals must be worked It is a mixture of microscopic particles of pure silver suspended
    http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/kirstiereynolds (2016-04-29)


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