Suzanne Lives on the edge of the New Forest with her husband and two young children and takes her inspiration for her jewellery from the beautiful, bountiful flora and fauna that surrounds her home.
Inspired by nature, historical jewellery and jewellery from around the world, Helen likes to create pieces using precious metals and semi and precious stones that are simple, unique and have a timeless quality to them.
Dorset artist Yvette’s work, inspired by nature & the timeless theme of love, has a sculptural quality. She produces an element of delicacy in some pieces whilst still forming substantial tactile hard-wearing objects.
Elinor uses traditional techniques to hand make her jewellery in Salisbury. She is inspired by her love of botany and nature, drawing on the subtle textures and flowing lines of plants and the surrounding countryside. She uses recycled metals and ethically sourced natural gemstones.
I have combined my engineering skills with my creativity to design my unique brand of jewellery, which I have been making since 2008. My jewellery is made from resin and aluminium and I love to experiment with different types of resin, unusual colour blends and different materials.
J and D Field
John and Dawn Field work together to create their asymmetrical metal range which involves stencilled silver with other shapes soldered onto it. Earrings in the range will have a vibrant, rich coloured stone attached to one and decoration in the form of some brass loops on the other.
Susanna’s makes one-off pieces in silver, gold, pearls, precious and semi precious stones – she loves the idea that every piece is unique, which makes it even more special for the person who wears it.
Judith makes elegant jewellery in silver wire using wrapping and stitching techniques. Her designs have a nostalgic feel. Her latest Geometric collection is inspired by the shapes and patterns of Art Deco design. She started making in 2004 and works from her studio in Leek, Staffordshire.
Taking her inspiration from the West Sussex coast, her home, places she visits and even her pantry, Fiona creates unique and wearable jewellery combining gems and precious metals.
Martina Zalig founded Isla Clay whilst living in Scotland. She has since moved back to Slovenia, her home-country. She has been on an adventure discovering the endless possibilities and techniques that working with clay brings.
Bea's unique contemporary pieces are raw textured precious metals, sterling silver, yellow and white gold with a matt finish, combined with precious gemstones, beads and pearl. She feels their minimal style perfectly reflects a sense of balance.
Emma Leonard hand-makes a range of silver jewellery that combines natural influences and pattern with clean, considered lines to create a range of striking, individual and wearable designs. Emma's work is inspired by a love of mid-century fabric prints and geometric repeat patterns
Rebecca endeavours to produce accessible, wearable jewellery. Her inspiration is taken from antique jewellery and collectables resulting in designs that echo the decadence of times gone by. With a more modern approach she creates classic, yet contemporary jewellery designs.
Handmade in the UK, this bright, affordable contemporary bead jewellery is designed by 2010 fashion graduate Laura Baker and produced by Loela.
Fi’s jewellery making is inspired by her travels, the Wiltshire countryside, local history and, since moving nearer the to the sea, the coast and her new surroundings in East Sussex.
MYSTIC FORMS is a hand crafted jewellery collection by a London-based Japanese artist Akiko Ban, co-directed with a designer Taiyo Nagano.
Nancy’s sculptural jewellery is made by enamelling onto hand cut pieces of silver. Each piece is unique and she never makes two pieces the same.
Rachel Bailey's work explores her love of wild creatures that occupy the natural world and magical realms. Handmade in silver using unusual and beautiful gemstones that suggest the landscapes the animals inhabit.
Stephanie's work, using acid etching techniques, is heavily influenced by patterns and texture within her surroundings; both natural and man-made. She is driven by a desire to combine these elements with strong geometric shapes and a sense of movement.
Salisbury jewellery designer Sarah Sowerby (formally Morris) is inspired by natural forms and colours found in nature and reflects this in her organic, textured and often colourful handmade necklaces, earrings and rings. She incorporates silver, copper, gold and semi-precious gemstones.
Catherine lives and works in Dorset, designing jewellery in silver and gold with semi-precious stones in muted, natural tones. She uses the etching process to create handmade pieces that reflect her love of texture and pattern.
Rubi Warren Jewellery
Rubi Warren Jewellery is on our First Floor here at Fisherton Mill! Goldsmith and designer Chrissi undertakes bespoke comissions, creates limited edition pieces and does repairs and re-fashioning.
Katy Mai Webster
Inspired by the beautiful coastal landscape around her home in North Wales, Katy Mai Webster makes contemporary handmade ceramic jewellery reminiscent of the tiny details of nature such as fossils, wild flowers, pebbles and lichen.
Inspired by the world around her, Dunja creates beautiful, individual jewellery, made from a variety of beads. Using carefully selected semi-precious stones, often mixed with other materials, her unique pieces are designed to achieve a balance in terms of colour, pattern, form and texture.