Morna Darling is a Glasgow based jeweller. She combines precious metals with beautiful blue patinated copper and patterned plastics. Morna's work is inspired by fabrics and clothing and she is interested in representing the qualities of cloth such as layering, threading, folding and the patterns found within it.


Edinburgh. Resin, silver, gold leaf, aluminium leaf. Outlets and exhibitions include Lesley Craze Gallery, London; Strathearn Gallery, Crieff; Pyramid, York and The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh .


Bangles, pendants, neckpieces and rings in silver with 18ct gold and diamonds.


 Graduated from Grays School of Art. Based in Fife.

Contemporary silver and vitreous enamel jewellery, inspired by the shoreline. Traditional jewellery and enamelling techniques are combined with experimental ideas and finishes to give a fresh and spontaneous feel to colourful and tactile jewellery.


Orkney. Precious metals, wood & found materials. Goldsmiths Precious Metal Bursary Award, 2002. Outlets and exhibitions include Crafts Council Shop at the V and A., Dundee Contemporary Arts,Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, The Longship, Kirkwall, Orkney & The Metal Gallery, London.


Workshop Bristol. "Fossiized Plastic" jewellery in acrylic, dyed and embossed. Brilliantly coloured and richly patterned. Each piece is a one-off and individually made. Outlets include: The Sainsbury Center, SDC Gallery Shorditch, Flow Gallery, The Platform Gallery Hatton Garden, Gill Wing islington, Victoria Sewart, Quadri, The Open Eye Gallery, Eaton Appied Arts & The Arnolfini Bristol


Mabel Hasell is a London based jewellery designer, originally from Devon. Her work is inspired by the colours and cuts of gemstones. She loves the fact that there are so many possible ways a gemstone can be set into a piece of jewellery.


Holly is an Edinburgh based jeweller working predominantly in silver. Recently graduated from Edinburgh College of Art her work combines techniques such as fold-forming and chasing to produce work inspired by her drawings of natural patterns and forms. 


Recently graduating from Edinburgh College of Art, Emily is a jeweller, designer and maker who uses the process of enameling to explore colour and pattern. Using the combination of vitreous enamel layered under industrial enamel, Emily creates delicate and asethical jewellery pieces that are inspired by honeycomb and the layers within beehives. 


Featured Maker in Financial Times "How to Spend It" article, October 2015. Based in Holborn, London at the famous Cockpit Arts Studios since 2006, Teri creates hand-crafted contemporary jewellery designs which feature her signature crochet techniques. Outlets include Contemporary Applied Arts, Gill Wing Islington, @Work Gallery Pimlico, all London, plus Diana Porter Gallery, Bristol, Kath Libbert, Salts Mill, Bradford and SH Jewellery, Edinburgh. Goldsmith's Fair exhibitor 2015 and 2016.

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