Michele Daykin Jewellery

Michele Daykin – Meet The Maker – Jeweller

Michele Daykin is a contemporary mixed media jeweller who combines silver, her own batik fabric and plywood. Inspired by the urban environment Michele has always been fascinated with textures and marks found on walls, pavements, surfaces and how they degrade, wearing and softening over time. Having initially studied stitched textiles, Michele then went on to study silversmithing and jewellery. The …

Kirsti Hannah Brown

Meet ceramicist Kirsti Hannah Brown

Kirsti hand builds ceramic vessels influenced by the sea, beaches and cliffs around Wales and Scotland and exhibits across the UK. The decoration on Kirsti’s pots evokes shorelines, waves and landscape featuring her distinctive vivid turquoise glaze.   Kirsti exhibits across the UK and delivers ceramic workshops in North Wales and the North West. Her shapes are either figurative featuring vivid …

Holly MCAfee

Meet Jeweller Holly McAfee

Holly graduated with a BDes(hons) degree in Jewellery and Metal Design from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland, in 2010. Since then she has regularly exhibited in and stocked galleries and jewellers throughout the UK. Holly enjoys making meticulously finished jewellery that will be worn for years to come, and loves making bespoke pieces in …

Maike Browning

Meet jeweller Maike Browning

Maike makes tactile, delicate jewellery, inspired by natural forms, textiles and her travels – from the wildflowers of the hills of Scotland to the sparkling textiles and temples of India. Maike adds sparks of colour to her work using a variety of ethically sourced precious stones, adding another element to catch the eye. She works intuitively with precious metals to …

Emma Wylie Jewellery

Meet Glasgow based jeweller Emma Wylie

Emma Wylie is a jeweller based in the Southside of Glasgow. Since graduating from Middlesex University, London with a First Class Degree in Jewellery Design she has enjoyed experimenting with sculptural carving and casting techniques to create pieces that are individual and unique. ​ Originally from The Lake District in Cumbria, Emma has always enjoyed being surrounded by nature and …

Meet The Maker – Kate Thorburn

Kate is a Yorkshire based surface pattern designer having a background in both ceramic and card design. She completed an MA in ceramic design at Staffordshire University in 2007 and successfully launched her debut collection of ceramics in September 2014. All of Kate’s ceramics are proudly made in Stoke-on-Trent in one of the only potteries that still manufacture creamware ceramics. …