Atis Saez

Atis developed her trade in Chile after studying Artistic Jewellery. Since then she has spent 14 years continuing her practice alongside Industrial Design, creating her own lines of jewellery and teaching. Her connection with weaving has been natural, learning it from the women in her family and...Read more

Peter Scott

Managing Director of Cleave & Company

Over forty-five years ago Peter Scott sat at a bench hunched over gold, silver, diamonds and precious elements designing and crafting pieces destined for some of the most discerning clients in the world. The last ever apprentice of Andrew Grima,...Read more

Ruth Tomlinson

Drawn to the Earth's natural treasures; British jewellery designer Ruth Tomlinson is renowned for her celebration of unconventional beauty; creating ethereal, wearable treasures in minute detail that draw the eye in with a sense of discovery and wonder. Since graduating with an MA from London’s...Read more

Silvia Weidenbach

German designer Silvia Weidenbach holds an MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery from the Royal College of Art, London and a Diploma in Fine Art from the University of Art and Design, Burg Giebichenstein, Halle. Her jewellery is a combination of traditional goldsmithing...Read more

Lucie Gledhill

Lucie Gledhill works with precious metals, (predominantly wire) from her London Studio “Made by Ore” where she also teaches technical workshops. Favouring repetitive processes such as weaving wire and making chain, these require a sedentary making stance similar to working with textiles.

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Joanna Hardy

Joanna has over 30 years' experience working with jewellery, beginning her career as a goldsmith before joining De Beers as a rough diamond valuer. Joanna then went to work in Antwerp as a polished diamond dealer before joining Philips the auctioneers in London. She then moved to Sotheby’s in...Read more

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Emerging makers and staff from The School of Art, Architecture and Design present work in the historic setting of St Botolph without Aldgate. Drawing on the rich social context of the church, the work will give insight into craft as process and it's essential role in human connection


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Daphne Krinos

Fine jeweller Daphne Krinos is known for her bold and architectural designs. Creating unique, one-off pieces entirely by hand, she works with gold, black oxidised silver and precious gemstones.

Originally from Greece, Daphne established her studio in London in the early 1980s. Her...Read more

Harry Forster-Stringer

Harry Forster-Stringer is a Goldsmith and Enameller. Having spent part of his childhood in Pakistan he has a vivid memory of visiting a jewellery workshop with his father who was commissioning a ring for his mother. This started a fascination with jewellery which led to Harry starting as an...Read more

Jane Adam

Jane Adam set up her studio in 1985. Since then, she has concentrated full time on making jewellery, managing to combine artistic integrity, ongoing experimentation and technical innovation with a grounded sense of practical reality, to design and create ranges of jewellery that appeal to women...Read more

Jane Sedgwick

Jane makes bold, playful wooden jewellery which she hand turn and hand paint in her studio near the North Norfolk Coast.

Working with geometric forms, repetition and colour, her inspiration comes from a variety of sources especially classic educational toys and nautical imagery.

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Joanne Thompson

Joanne Thompson makes special everyday jewellery and extraordinary three dimensional necklaces and bracelets which are comfortable and easy to wear. Her distinctive silver and soft black palette is playful and sensual, elegant movement is integral to her pieces.

Ancient chain maille...Read more

Kayo Saito

Kayo Saito studied metal work at Japanese Art College and finished a masters at the Royal College of Art in 2001. She has won several jewellery prizes and was shortlisted for the UK's Art Foundation Awards in 2010. Her work has been presented in many European high-end galleries and art fairs....Read more

Louise O'Neill

Louise O’Neill’s work is characterised by purity of form. Her pieces are made from high carat golds and utilise precious and semi-precious stones. The formal simplicity of her pieces is complemented by a carefully considered colour palette. Inspired by the natural and built environment, through...Read more

Rui Pinto

Rui Pinto is a natural-born artisan, with 16 Years of experience in jewellery design and making. Today he masters several jewellery techniques, predominantly the delicate filigree. Trained in the North of Portugal, his art represents a fine narrative in a new generation of artists, in the quest...Read more

Suzanne Potter

A jeweller, maker of small objects and also a solo twin, Suzanne Potter’s absorbing collection of works revolves around the notions of twinness and identity. Potter's elegant, spare and thought-provoking pieces celebrate being one half of two, and collectively commemorate her lost twin sister,...Read more

Theo Fennell

Theo Fennell is one of today’s leading jewellery designers and his handcrafted masterpieces grace serious collections and famous bodies and tables all over the world. His unique jewellery and silverware are both distinctive and inspirational. His pieces incorporate eclectic, quirky and...Read more

Jo Hayes Ward

The Jo Hayes Ward fine jewellery brand is now well into its second decade. Her designs are largely inspired by the concept of the many and the whole; the finer detail versus the big picture. Drawing inspiration from architecture, geology, nature and mathematics, she creates intricate, precise...Read more

Esna Su

Jewellery artist Esna Su grew up close to the Syrian border in Turkey. Her practice has been greatly informed by these origins and also by techniques handed down through generations of her family. 

For London Craft Week, Esna Su will make a sculptural piece using traditional Turkish...Read more

Julia Lloyd George

Colour, form and texture are the hallmarks of Julia’s designs. Sourcing gemstones of exceptional and unusual colour, she is bold in mixing stones. Julia’s love of the sea is expressed in her new pieces, especially her latest necklaces, reflecting the inspiration of pebbles and matching up stones...Read more