Gerlinde Huth

Using traditional goldsmithing techniques like piercing, forming and soldering, Gerlinde hand fabricates a broad range of jewellery in both silver and gold from wire and sheet.

She has always been fascinated with the property of silver that allows her to create a variety of textures. By giving the surface different finishes through polishing, satinising etching and oxidisation and combining them it creates a beautiful landscape of shades and textures in one piece.

Lately, Gerlinde has explored the contrasting effect of silver juxtaposed with oxidised silver set within simple geometric shapes. Using simple visual language, minimal lines and repetitive units she creates pieces that are worn in harmony with the wearer.

She studied Jewellery Design at Middlesex University and went on to the Royal College of Art to receive her Masters Degree.

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