With a focus on simplicity in natural forms, each piece of Elizabeth Terzza’s jewellery is hand-crafted in her Herefordshire studio.
Elizabeth grew up in Yorkshire and is currently based in Hereford, she has always been inspired by her rural surroundings. In her studio, she surrounds herself with pine cones, sycamore seeds and all the botanical treasures she gathers from her woodland walks in Herefordshire.
Forever collecting and taking note of her rural surroundings, Elizabeth is drawn to the silhouettes and simplicity in nature; the smooth lines in leaves and subtle textures of tree bark. She adopts these qualities and creates elegant, silver jewellery with an essence of tranquility that rests softly against the skin of the wearer.
From little plant motifs to intricate one-off pieces, she is committed to producing ethical jewellery. Using recycled precious metals and hand tools to create a contemporary twist on the very classic theme.
After studying BA(Hons) Jewellery Design at Hereford College of Arts, Elizabeth was awarded the Alloy Jewellers Graduate Placement and Bursary in 2012. She then become a member and shortly after, was elected Chair of Alloy Jewellers in 2015. Earlier in 2017 she was awarded the Goldsmiths’ Fair Graduate Scheme and Bursary.
“Elizabeth Terzza’s jewellery is the perfect mix of subtle and statement.” — Vogue Magazine
We have worked with Elizabeth before and we are delighted to be showcasing new pieces in our Christmas At Heart exhibition.