22nd April Trenython Manor St Austell

Katy Luxton Jewellery

07866 986839

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Created with passion and a high design ethic whilst minimising the impact on the environment.

I have 2 ranges of jewellery, my Unity wedding rings and my contemporary jewellery which includes designs inspired by a spirograph drawing. I also really enjoy working to commission (more about this exciting process later).
My jewellery is made in Cornwall and uses recycled silver and gold sourced from the UK.

My work explores circles/rings, repetition and positive/negative space. I enjoy experimenting with metal and develop my work through models and sketches.

The Spiro Collection was developed after playing with a Spirograph toy, which reminded me of drawings I’d made as a child. I wondered if it could be recreated in metal. 
The sculptural fluid design is handmade in sliver and comes in a range of sizes.

Commission me; this exciting process will result in a special piece of jewellery made just for you.
It may not be as expensive as you think, because I can work to your budget and use stones/metal to suit.

The commission process starts off with a discussion about what you are looking for, we will explore your ideas, metal choices, stones, your style, inspirations and budget. Through this relaxed chat I will begin sketching ideas and working out what will be perfect for you.

Once I have your input I will continue to design your piece of jewellery, carefully working within your budget to create your unique design. Once you are happy with the design I ask for a 50% non-refundable deposit.

The metal and stones are ordered and the process of making begins. Depending upon the design I will use different skills to construct your jewellery. Once made, it is hallmarked in London. Then any stones are set and the piece receives a final polish.

Your finished item can be collected or posted, which ever suits you, it is then ready to be worn, treasured and admired

“We are really chuffed to know that no-one else out there has a matching pair, brilliant!” Amy

Growing up I had several brushes with jewellery before realising that I really could wield a saw frame and torch to create beautiful jewellery. After studying Drama at university I began making jewellery at an evening class. From there I went to study at Sir John Cass and then moved to Cornwall where I continued making whilst pursing another career. Since having children I’ve returned to jewellery and really enjoy sitting in the studio getting into the flow/rhythm of making.

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