Jayne Luscombe is a Sussex-based jeweller creating one-off pieces from silver, enamel and gold. She loves to experiment with textures and is inspired by the blues and golds of sandy beaches and oceans around the world.
Round textured and keum boo pendant
Falling in love with a ring she once saw, Elaine Saunders joined a jewellery course and immediately fell in love with the process of transforming something two-dimensional into sculpture.
Living with the downs, woods and sea on her doorstep, Elaine is always inspired by her surroundings. Under the name ‘Silverlaine Jewellery’, she creates bespoke silver, brass and copper pieces, regularly implementing found sea-glass to guide the outcome.
Brass Seaglass Silver Necklace
Brass, seaglass and silver
Alix is a jeweller working in recycled Sterling silver, fine silver and copper. Her creations are inspired by nature, folk art and the beautiful countryside where she lives.
She uses traditional metalsmithing techniques and also works with precious metal clay, also known as fine silver. It’s a fantastic eco-friendly material which is comprised of pure silver recycled from medical, dental and technological industries.
Alix has always been creative and loves the process of making anything by hand. She was drawn to jewellery making as it’s the perfect fusion of artistic design and technical hands-on! Every piece is created with lots of care and attention to detail, in the hope that the keepsake will be treasured for years to come.
Amber and silver
Amber and silver
Rachel Strange Jewellery was established by Rachel Strange in 2022. Inspired by a fascination for folklore, psychedelia, the natural world and brutalist and modernist forms, the pieces are designed and produced from a solar-powered workshop near Lewes, East Sussex where Rachel lives with her family.
Exploring texture and elegantly irregular shapes through silver, gold and precious and semi-precious gemstones, all work is handcrafted using the lost-wax casting process then hand finished, making each piece completely unique.
Silver wavy band with one Hessonite Garnet, one Smoky Quartz and a very dark Green Tourmaline
Soorin Shin, also known as the creator of Wobbly Digital, is a visual artist and designer, working in 3D printing, new media and installation art.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) from the Glasgow School of Art in 2020, Soorin founded Wobbly Digital, a plant-based bio and recycled plastics 3D printing & digital studio, where her journey between art and design comes together.
She fuses organic form with a contemporary digital twist to create 3D printed products such as earrings, mirrors and vases. Inspired by natural elements such as intertwining roots, spiky horns and smooth pebbles, her products oppose the sharp edged-digital stereotype, embracing curvy, voluptuous and wonky bodies.
The organic is explored further through the depiction of historical and cultural artefacts, especially those related to women, underpinned by Soorin’s eco-feminist ideal.
Big Knots Deep Green
Cute Flower Magenta
Yakgwa Dusty Gold