"Bringing together almost 200 objects from around the world, Unexpected Pleasures celebrates the work of contemporary jewellers who have challenged the conventions of jewellery design.
Curated by jewellery designer and maker Dr. Susan Cohn, the exhibition offers a survey of contemporary jewellery presented through a number of themes: Worn Out - celebrating the experience of wearing jewellery, Linking Links - looking at the ways in which meaning and narratives are expressed in jewellery and A Fine Line - offering insights into the origins of contemporary jewellery today, highlighting key instigators of the contemporary jewellery movement."
Etsy, an online marketplace known for artisan, handmade goods, may no longer be so folksy.
I'm not sure this a good thing. The USP that Etsy had was that everything was handmade. For jewellery in particular this is so important. With a piece of handmade silver jewellery, you get so much more than just a pretty bauble to wear. You get to connect with someone else's creativity.
Etsy knew the changes it announced yesterday would anger some of its merchants who didn’t agree with the marketplace’s new, more relaxed definition of what constitutes “handmade.” That dissatisfaction may be on display right now in the form of a...
Nature really is art for some jewelry makers. They build pieces around the driftwood, incorporating semi-precious stones such as aquamarine and amazonite, and sell them at their online store, Elle Jay/ Natural Jewelry Design House,...
Some nice ideas here from a designer/maker. I often use found objects in my jewellery, combined with silver and pearls and sometimes semi precious stones.
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