I am excited to share details of our Studio E2F charm bracelet collaboration made during lockdown.
Jewellery friends – more than just colleagues!
If you have visited us at Cockpit Arts, you may be familiar with the 5 lovely jewellers I share a studio with: Laura Ngyou, Jenny Llewellyn, Sara Gunn, Anna Wales and Frances Wadsworth Jones. During lockdown we have missed working alongside each other very much.
For the Cockpit Festival we decided to each create an individual charm, to form a complete charm bracelet with 6 charms, as a symbol of togetherness and frienship despite our physical distance.
Here is a short video showing all 6 charms:
We each recorded where we are at, our inspiration and making process on film.
Splendid first-time video editing by Jenny Llewellyn who put together our charm bracelet film.
Watch the full 8 minute film on Vimeo here.
Separate, but together
This is the concept for my sterling silver charm, made up of two individual parts. Each has their own character, but together they form a complete circle. The design is a continuation of my Sunray collection.
Your chance to win!
Raffle in aid of Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
Purchase a ticket from the raffle to be in with a chance to win the complete charm bracelet!
Tickets are £5. Every £5 donation counts as one entry, so the more you donate, the higher your chance of winning.
100% of proceeds will go toThe Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust who runs programmes that inspire and enable young people from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds to succeed.
Huge thanks to everyone who has donated so far. So pleased to support a charity doing crucial work with young people.
Find out about this charity’s work | www.stephenlawrence.org.uk
Donate on our JustGiving page | www.justgiving.com/fundraising/studioe2f