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Choice! New work by members of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery

17 September to 5 November 2016

Choice! New work by members of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery

ACJ members work in a myriad of materials, from paper & plastics to precious metals, titanium, copper, enamel, steel, found objects and much more. Crossing the boundaries between body adornment and wearable sculpture, the work is exciting, thoughtful and fresh.

We are delighted to present new and fantastic jewellery by Dauvit Alexander, Elizabeth Campbell, Shimara Carlow, Dani Crompton, Amanda Denison, Michelle Fernandez, Shelby Fitzpatrick, Karen Fox, Emma Habbeshon, Masako Hamaguchi, Susi Hines, Mirka Janeckova, Marion Lebouteiller, Fiona Luing, Katy Luxton, Cathy McCarthy, Mandy Nash, Poppy Porter, Alice Portnoy, Jennifer Saker, Abigail Stradling, Su Trindle, Charlotte Verity, DeeLyn Walsh, Trish Woods and Kat Zahran.
Here is a treasure box of delights, jewellery for women & men, beautifully made and wearable.

Emma Habbeshon

Morphology Earrings

Sterling Silver

Ref: 78667

5 x 0.5 x 0.5 cms

£150.00

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Emma Habbeshon

Emma works in silver and gold, combining traditional techniques with new technologies to create beautiful, subtly sculptural jewellery. Emma's fascination with the visual beauty found in science and mathematics has informed her two striking yet complimentary collections; the Morphology range, inspired by the cellular structures of microscopic marine life, and the Isometric collection which focusses on hexagonal forms and negative space. Her designs explore qualities of form and surface texture, playing with the contrast between the geometric and the organic to produce timeless jewellery that is striking yet elegant.

Emma set up her business in 2014 after completing her training at Holts Academy, Hatton Garden. She has previously exhibited at Hallmark Salon at Somerset House, One Year On at New Designers and Copenhagen Jewellery and Watch Show. She creates all her work in her home studio in North London and welcomes private commissions.

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