Helen Chalmers Jewellery

Helen studied Jewellery and Metal Design at Duncan of Jordanstone, graduating with BDes (Hons) in 2011.
Since then she has established her business in Edinburgh and currently works from The Biscuit Factory in Leith.
Helen specialises in the use of hot glass and supplementary materials created in an oxygen/propane mix flame with a technique known as ‘lampworking’. It dates back to Ancient Egypt, where oil lamps were the heat source. It has a rich history in Murano, Venice and has enjoyed a recent resurgence, especially in North America.

Katy Mai Webster

An artist and printmaker based in the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales, Katy creates ceramic jewellery, landscapes and prints that are inspired by the area where she lives, especially the tiny details of nature such as fossils, pebbles and lichen. We have a selection of beautiful ceramic brooches.

Koa jewellery

Inspired from the UK coast, its beautiful coves and beaches, fishing harbours and surf culture, Koa jewellery is made in Sully, South Wales. Each handmade piece of jewellery is produced using a base metal of high quality UK sourced pewter. The Pewter is 93% Tin (all recycled) and completely lead and nickel-free. Many of the designs incorporate coloured resin detail.

Lucy Kemp Jewellery

Lucy Kemp Jewellery was founded in Hayle, Cornwall by Lucy Kemp. Lucy’s jewellery is handmade in her workshop and she draws inspiration from her surroundings in and around Cornwall

Mangojuice jewellery

Mangojuice jewellery is made here at the gallery by myself. I use mainly sterling silver and semiprecious stones to create one off individual designs. I like to experiment with other materials, different processes and textures so the end result is always an eclectic mix of colours and textures with an organic and weathered look. My inspiration is the fascinating colours and textures of the changing seasons.

Melissa James Jewellery

Working from her studio in Devon , Melissa’s inspiration comes from the bold colours seen in cultures in remote parts of the worldOver as well as the balance found in nature. She creates stunning bold designs using semi precious stones.

Sarah Drew Jewellery

Sarah makes contemporary, definitely eclectic jewellery from found objects (driftwood, sea plastic, sea glass and slate pebbles) combined with semi-precious stones and pearls linked together with chunky hammered eco-silver chains, delicate crocheted fine silver and fused silver focal pieces.

She works from her studio in Cornwall and loves spending time outdoors in the fresh air on local beaches and in the woods, collecting curious things.

Using recycled materials, remaking old broken jewellery or basically ‘rubbish’ in this way is a sustainable way of creating unique pieces.

Sharon Mcswiney

Sharon works from her studio in St Ives. Her work is very distinctive with a sense of humor. She uses copper, brass and sterling silver.

Slate and silver jewellery

The slate is sourced from the Lake District near the workshop where the jewellery is made. They use black, green and patterned slate which is shaped and polished and then inlaid with silver or copper.