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Mace for Humberside UniversityKeith Tyssen
Mace for Humberside University, 1994. Silver, parcel-gilt and rosewood shaft. A complex piece incorporating symbolic references. A carved and enamelled 'coat of arms' by Alan Mudd. The head assembly includes a piece of magnetite (lodestone) for its reference to maritime navigation, and is an assembly of flared forms made of sheet silver, finally hammered and connected to the turned rosewood shaft. At the lower end the ferrule represents a mythical exotic fruit assembled from cast sections, chased and gilded. It is secured in position with a silver screw capped with lignum vitae (ref: the propshaft bearings in early steam ships). Main fabrication: Jack Spencer (Goldsmiths) Ltd.; carved and enamelled 'coat of arms' by Alan Mudd.
Purple/Pink Flower Power Necklace and EarringsBarbara Macleod
Purple/Pink Flower Power Necklace and Earrings
Photo etched and enameled flower necklace
2 cast silver gilt cups.Jacqueline Stieger
2 cast silver gilt cups.
Silver BottomSimon Benney
£380Silver Bottom Solid silver bottom coated in platinum alloy.
Total Honesty HoopsLatham and Neve
Total Honesty Hoops
Large curvy silver hoop earrings.
Detail of one part of large Garrard centrepiece. (Silver.)
Silver Businessman CufflinksJames Deakin
Silver Businessman Cufflinks
The silver businessman cufflinks are finished in blue enamel with a small domed oval fitting
Sterling silver and cold enamel
Rolling BroochElaine CoxOxidised Silver, Raw Diamonds, 18ct Gold, Lapis Lazuli
Aqua-Poesy IVHiroshi Suzuki
Britannia silver 958, hammer-raised.
Price on application
Birthday commissionAnna CliftonBespoke silver, gold and citrine ring.
Silver and Gilt Summer and Spring ChaliceTheo Fennell
Silver and Gilt Summer and Spring Chalice Yellow Sapphires, Rubellite and Tsavorite Cabochons.
Seraph (Angel Series)Kevin Coates
Brooch: Seraph (Angel Series), 1989 Carved opal, 18ct yellow gold, silver, carved titanium. In the Victoria & Albert Museum Collection. Angel Series: From the red-winged order of seraphim - highest in the ninefold hierarchies of angels - sent to inspire mankind with the gift of divine love.
Pod Charm BraceletCatherine Hills
Pod Charm Bracelet, 2001 Silver and oxidised silver.
Petal Ring SeriesCatriona Stevenson
Rings made using sterling silver and 18ct gold.
Split State BoxesAlex Ramsay
Two pairs of silver and gold-plated boxes.
Silver and Enamel Pearl NecklacePhil Barnes
£2000Silver and Enamel Pearl Necklace with Aquamarine Centre
Sensory Necklace (3)Mahtab Hanna
£3,000The Sensory Necklace is inspired by the veins of leaves, and extends jewellery wearing to a status of ornamented decorative art complimented in a wearable style for an effortlessly stylish, seductive and glamorous contemporary look. This necklace is made from sterling silver and can be worn as a set of three columns at different chain lengths, or as a pair. It hangs with great aplomb and elegance from the neck, drawing attention to it and the wearer. The transparent nature of the design is inherent by virtue that the creation is there to complement, not cover beauty, allows the texture and colour of the clothes being worn to be seen, and the diagonal form enhances and adds length to the wearer’s body.
Engine-Turned BanglePhilip Kydd
Engine-Turned Bangle 2009
D-Shaped Heavy engine-turned linear design bangle.
White gold Fairy Lights braceletAnnabel EleyWhite gold Fairy Lights bracelet with grey pearl drops.Photographer: Joel Degen
Ring SelectionSusan Peires
Selection of Rings
18ct Yellow Gold, Diamond, Ruby, Garnet