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JEWELLERY / 3D / ACCESSORIES

The sculpture and ceramics collection includes beautiful, pit-fired ceramic vessels and stone carving, steel, and glass sculpture, created by some of the leading practitioners in the UK today. We've also selected capsule collections of wearable jewellery from designer-makers for a fashion forward clientele.


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ABBEY CONWAY
After studying Textiles at Norwich School of Art and Design (NUA), Abbie turned to the discipline of silversmithing while backpacking through New Zealand. She became intrigued by a number of artists working in precious metals. The process and tools of this ancient craft had instant appeal for her. There is a thread of rebellion against the perfectly polished, which keeps her curious, creating jewellery with a modern, contemporary edge.

Her current collection embraces different techniques and materials – lace textured and oxidised silver, precious gold detailing, rivets and coloured Plexiglass, result in a body of work where traditional techniques meet a thoroughly modern aesthetic.

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MADELEINE SPENCER
Madeleine has been working as a jeweller for more than ten years and that time has seen her work in a diverse range of styles and materials. Her current obsession is to use reclaimed sterling silver rather than new, and through a process of salvaging, melting down and then reshaping she creates unique pieces of handcrafted jewellery full of a sense of history and story telling detail.

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SALT GLASS
This is a glass and printmaking studio, gallery and course provider run by the glassmaker Max Lamb (RCA) and artist Dr Fiona Wilkes and located in North Norfolk and Norwich. SALT glass explores the relation between glass and print languages creating sculptures, contemporary design  and commissions using traditional processes from kiln cast, free blown and printmaking.

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NICOLA GIBSON
Nicola is based in Norwich and her background is, for the most part, 3D practices, working in a broad range of materials. She uses lots of textile processes, casting, mould making, modelling, glass, metals, foams and lots of digital processes too. Nicola makes limited editions pieces and does take on commissions. Please contact us to find out more.

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CLAIRE MOYNIHAN
With an appreciation of the natural world and love of drawing Claire has been inspired to study insects and reproduce these as tiny embroideries on felt.  She enjoys the humour in producing insects that are realistic and presenting them as traditional entomological collections.  Her work is a celebration of insects some of which are ironically described as ‘pests’.

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RICHINGS AND GREETHAM
RichingsGreetham is inspired by the skill and care of traditional makers, combining integrity and honesty with a utilitarian eye for detail. Designed in Norfolk and developed for simplicity and function. Everything follows the principles of good design, both practical and highly aesthetic. 

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BELLA SINGLETON
After studying an Art Foundation at Falmouth and Printed Textiles at Leeds College of Art Bella began the brand in 2015. First selling prints freelance to fashion houses but soon realised it was bringing a brand of her own to life that she wanted to do long term.

Bella supplies scarves to Tate Modern, Young British Designers, Truffle Clothing in Suffolk and the Fairhurst Gallery in Norwich where Bella is now based.

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MYRTLE ACCESSORIES
Conceived in the South of France and made in Norfolk, bags by Myrtle Accessories are constructed using cotton canvas, velvet, repurposed rubber wellies and fabulous translucent acrylic zips.

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KATE VOGLER
Kate came to Norfolk to join the degree course in Fine Art, Sculpture at, what was then, Norwich School of Art.

Returning to Norwich after a post graduate course, she taught sculpture and ceramics for many years at a local comprehensive school, adult education centres, in primary and special needs schools.

More recently, Kate chose to concentrate on developing her work from her studio, selling through galleries. She exhibits regularly and teaches sculpture and pottery to students of all ages.

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TEUCER WILSON
Teucer studied stonemasonry and architectural carving at Weymouth College before learning the art of letter-cutting at the Richard Kindersley studio in London.

He produces a variety of work including sculptures for private settings and public art projects, garden pieces, signage and memorial work. He enjoys making anything from three dimensional abstract sculptures to more functional work such as birdbaths, sundials, seating, house name plaques and headstones. He generally works to commission, mainly in limestone, sandstone and slate, although he has also worked in wood, glass, stainless steel and cast iron.

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DAN MEEKS
Daniel is a Norfolk based stone carver and letter cutter, is acclaimed for his memorials, commemorative plaques and ground-breaking conceptual sculptures.

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Suzi's work contemplates attachment and habitat, using a variety of materials including wood and woven fibre, with her latest projects using the seaweed-like Flustra Foliacea. A bryozoan, Flustra Foliacea grows in the temperate waters of the North Atlantic seaboard, binding itself to substrates such as rock and lengthening with strong tides. Through bringing it into an altogether unfamiliar context - trading the sea for an oak frame - her latest works invite new perspectives. Each piece is bespoke and commissions can be made for specific dimensions different to those listed.

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