Silversmithing & Jewellery

Reid Building, 20 students

Contemporary studio jewellers continue to challenge perceived boundaries and use the artefact as a way of defining a personal response to social and cultural issues such as gender, relationships politics, and the environment. Similarly, silversmiths explore this interaction between fine metalworking and ideas, through the vehicle of the functional domestic object.

The department embraces this diversity through informed debate and discussion. It encourages students to develop a personal approach to the research and development of lively design solutions together with a knowledge of traditional and cutting edge technology and skill acquisition.

Catalogue

Silversmithing & Jewellery Catalogue

Magazine

The Skinny Degree Show Special

from Herbal Friends

from Untitled

from Herbal Friends

from Untitled

from Herbal Friends

from Blessing: the brooch

from Blessing: the back cushion

from Blessing: the necklace 1

from Blessing: the necklace 1

from Blessing: the necklace 1

from Weave XL

from Napkin Stack

from Fluid Circle

from Fluid Form

from Weave XL

from Make A Wish – Part 1 Birthday Candles

from Part 1 – Ring 01

from Part 1 – Ring 04

from Part 1 – Ring 04

from Part 1 – Ring 02

from ‘Full Circle’ – A Final Collection

from Featured 2D Sound Drawings + Landscapes

from ‘Full Circle’ – A Final Collection

from Featured 2D Sound Drawings + Landscapes

from ‘Full Circle’ – A Final Collection

from Frenzy

from Clutter

from Frenzy

from Turbulent

from Muddle

from Bronze and Ruby Brooch

from Double Slug Ring

from Sapphire Slug Brooch

from Double Slug Ring

from Bronze and Ruby Brooch

from Wrigley’s

from Marlboro Gold

from Pavement Pennies

from Marlboro Gold

from Gum Behind the Ear

from The Falling Girl

from Meditative Alien

from Double-eye Brooch

from Meditative Alien

from Walking on Air Earrings

from Linen

from Linen

from Linen

from Cluster

from Knot

from Shoulder piece 1

from Shoulder piece 1

from Necklace 2

from Shoulder piece 1

from Brooch 1

from Observing//Gathering

from Observing//Gathering

from Harvesting Materials

from Bloom: the necklace 03

from Bloom: the ring

from Bloom: the necklace 02

from Bloom: the ring

from Bloom:the necklace 04

from “Cerastoderma Earrings”

from “Cerastoderma” Necklace

from “Adularescence” Brooch Series

from “Adularescence” Brooch Series

from “Breccia” Bracelet

from ‘Just re – Do It’

from ‘Just re – Do It’

from ‘Just re – Do It’

from ‘Just re – Do It’

from ‘Just re – Do It’

from Nina’s Floor Plan

from Nina’s Floor Plan

from Nina’s Floor Plan

from Nina’s Floor Plan

from Nina’s Floor Plan

from Fungill large pendant necklace

from Fungill triple pendant necklace

from Fungill triple pendant necklace

from Fungill brooch

from Fungill earrings