Becky Dockree’s “Things On My Mind" brings her creative ability to life with an imaginative collaboration of words within her pieces. Bold and beautiful, her work is wholly inspiring.
Design space are a collective of independent designer makers producing
individual selections of jewellery, silverware and table ware. Their work is now
on display and available for purchase in the jewellery box, as a part of style
renaissance in The Mailbox, Birmingham.
There is a story behind every piece of Niessing jewellery. Many ideas and developments for new pieces of jewellery are closely connected to Niessing's history. It all starts with an idea, a thought, an emotional desire. The design team is integrated in the manufactory and lays the foundation. Niessing lives and breathes design. Everyone contributes in his or her own unique way.
Rebecca Rose’s work blends luxury with urban street art, as well as activism relevant to social issues; the approach offering a way to see and prompt discussion on social change as the work moves with it's owner, rather than art waiting for its audience. Sculpturings are that art form. Functional mobile sculpture on a small scale.
Karl Fritsch has been primarily making rings since 1992, apart from an occasional other piece of jewellery in between. He works on dozens of rings simultaneously, moving between them, starting a new ring whenever a fresh idea appears.
Fflur’s spectacular final collection is flowing and feminine in style, it features elaborately hand cut leather detail, embellishments including Swarovski crystalized ram skulls and handmade high heeled clogs, all fused in a romantic western theme.
Birgit Marie Schmidt’s graduate Jewellery collection collection is a transformation of her own recurring childhood fantasies of wild horse adventures into wearable jewellery pieces. The collection contains various neck pieces, rings, hoop earrings, bracelet. All hand made by the designer.
Inspired by the understatement and abstraction of Japanese Origami, this sharpener derives its appeal from the same essence: Creating structure, function and form out of sheet material, using simple processes, with no excessive shapes that ‘over-describe’ the object.