Tag: jewellery

The Winter Show: Tanja Malo

We are so thrilled to have work by new maker, Tanja Malo. Tanja studied jewellery in Japan, was brought up in rural Sweden with roots in Finnish Lapland. She uses found kimono prints, hemp, nettle and raw silk from Nepalese and Laotian mountain farms, handmade silver from Sweden, both old and new Liberty of London… Read more »

New jewellery by Syann van Niftrik

Just arrived… stunning new collection by Syann van Niftrik. Born in South Africa, Syann originally trained as a ceramic designer. She moved to the Netherlands setting up her first jewellery studio in 1971.  A visiting lecturer on the BA Jewellery course at Central St. Martin’s, London, she also mentors students. ‘My early years were passed in… Read more »

A roomful of new Kumar Saraff paintings…

Come and see a roomful of glorious local landscapes by Kumar Saraff. Kumar studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools, where he won several awards and prizes, including the David Murray travel scholarship for landscape painting and a silver medal for excellence in painting. You can also see new displays by some of our regular… Read more »

A few more Christmas delights…

A few more Christmas delights from our winter show ‘Where the Wonderful Happens’…

Hand Painted Screen by Cornelia O’Donovan RCA

Cornelia O’Donovan’s screen has arrived. This is not just a four panelled decorative screen, but a painting like a Medieval fresco of foliage, flowers and many little putti – so exquisite. See more of her screen below.  

Showcasing New Jewellery

Alongside our current exhibition we have a small supporting show of innovative, distinctive, very wearable, one-off jewellery pieces by Amanda Caines and Syann van Niftrik. Visit their individual  artist‘s page to see more examples of work and read more below for a few selected pieces being worn…

St. Valentine’s

On this day express your love for each other… Why not choose from our unique selections of hand-printed cards and wrappings that you can embellish and colour yourself – good enough to frame. Lots of small, precious, carefully selected gift ideas.