• Getting Back To A New Normal

    Getting Back To A New Normal

    In March 2020 we unfortunately had to close our doors due to the outbreak of Covid-19. This terrible virus has impacted so many and has changed the way we conduct our daily lives. Throughout closure Victoria was able to continue...

  • Autumn Trade Shows

    Autumn Trade Shows

    August, September and October are one of the busiest times for trade shows, with a chance for us to source new and exciting jewellers, as well as new collections from our existing designers. IJL LONDON IJL is one shows that...

  • Summer Review

    Summer Review

    What a wonderful Summer we have had! Its been fabulous weather, encouraging lots of foreign visitors as well as home grown, to visit the barbican and our gallery. ‘Ringing The Changes’ exhibition 2014 continued well into July with some designers...

  • Devon Life article

    Devon Life article

  • New Designers For Summer

    New Designers For Summer

    Sarah Pulvertaft Sarah established her jewellery workshop in London in 1995, now based in rural Oxfordshire she continues to sell her distinctive brand of contemporary jewellery to private clients and through shops and galleries in the UK and worldwide. She … Continue reading

  • South Devon Coast & Country magazine

    South Devon Coast & Country magazine

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  • Heidi Koenig – New Artist

    Heidi Koenig – New Artist

    Having risen to the forefront of contemporary abstract printmaking, Heidi has become established as one of the most powerful artists to graduate from the Slade in the last decade with her works being sought after and exhibited all over the … Continue reading

  • CHARLOTTE PRICE – Prints & Drawings

    CHARLOTTE PRICE – Prints & Drawings

    20th October 2012 – spring 2013 The boundaries of hedgerows and grass verges that are often seen as inconsequential to us, draws Charlotte into their chaotic wildness. We view these edges fleetingly, from the periphery of what we are otherwise … Continue reading

  • Sue Gregor ‘Face to face’

    What first inspired you to become a jewellery designer? I started making jewellery because I liked the idea of making a work of art that you could wear. Something that you could carry with you and would be beautiful. I … Continue reading