Rachael Taylor is a globally renowned jewellery journalist and co-founder of The Jewellery Cut, we've called on her expert eye to select her top four pieces from Lovedazzle.com.
Lorraine Hitt is the designer and creator of Elsiem Jewellery, whose designs are inspired by modern architectural and sculptural forms, adopting a very simple and bold style, with an edge. Stylishly combining new technology with handmade techniques.
Aquamarine is the Birthstone for March. Its name is derived from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea). It comes in many seawater hues of blue, ranging from a gentle pale blue to a deep vivid turquoise.
This month we welcome Artist Jeweller Ella Fearon-Low to Lovedazzle. Ella makes sophisticated & playful contemporary jewellery that references historical forms using Lucite, vintage beads & pearls.
This month we welcome Lynne MacLachlan to lovedazzle. Using the latest digital technology, Lynne's work is made from 3D printed nylon. Playing with light, space and colour; vibrant geometric forms reveal ephemeral, shimmering optical patterns, crossing the boundaries of design, art and fashion.
Gail creates hand-painted acrylic jewellery which refracts dense colour with metallic gold and silver undertones across smooth and sculpted surfaces.These interact with the organic curvature and geometry of the highly polished optical-quality acrylic shapes, creating shimmering, ever changing iridescence.
The circle is forever the starting point for each of Joanne's jewellery designs. Inspired by Ancient chain maille patterns, Joanne experiments with the scale, weight, form and texture of the chains, making necklaces, bracelets and earrings which are voluminous yet light, tactile and extremely durable.
Don't forget it's Father's Day on Sunday 19 June. We've put a selection of gift ideas together for you to guarantee delivery on time to treat your dads!
Jelka designs laser cut rubber jewellery, that plays an interesting game between the 2D and 3D world. Inspired by visual patterns and striking scenes that cross her path, which she captures with photography. We asked Jelka a few questions about her work and inspiration. Read on to find out more.
Sue designs and makes a range of acrylic jewellery using a process she developed herself, called ‘Fossilized Plastic'. With this process of dying and embossing plastic Sue is able to capture the fine details of leaves and plants creating a fossil like surface. This is transformed in to bold, colourful jewellery full of rich patterns.