Katherine Lawrie, jewellery maker


Katherine Lawrie, showing special work for Open House season

Japanese Maple pendant by Katherine Lawrie (sterling silver, pink tourmaline)

Working from in her studio on the outskirts of Steyning, West Sussex, Katherine Lawrie creates one-off and bespoke pieces of jewellery. She’s currently working on special items for sale over the Open House Season. You’ll find her work for sale in several different venues over the spring and summer, including Julian Stephens in Brighton, Steyning Arts Spring Fling, Fiveways Artists Open Houses and Worthing Artists Open Houses. She also sells her work via Folksy online. All dates and details are on her website. Inspiration comes from many sources; however a predominant one is the natural world and its forms. You can see this influence in the sterling silver, silver gilt and gold floral, botanical and British wildlife inspired jewels she designs and makes. Her work is richly textural, often with only an essence of what created the texture remaining. This gives the work an ethereal charm, which when mixed with semi precious gems and beads is truly striking. www.klawriejewellery.co.uk

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