Inspired by stories of lost jewellery Rachel has created a collection of new work that seeks to prevent the future loss of jewellery.
Using existing jewellery she not only creates familiar objects but gives them a new second function.
Middlesex University- BA (Hons) Jewellery & Accessoires
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Marisa Luckie "I inherited a pearl ring and necklace when my grandmother passed. One day I noticed the pearl had fallen out of the gold setting, I looked everywhere but I never found it. The ring still sits in my jewellery box waiting to
Jess Wilding "My family has a tradition of handing down a ring to the next generation. I love this ring but I always lose jewellery so I never wear it. Perhaps one day I will be able to wear it without losing it."
'3rd Time Lucky' was
Emily Hewitt "Earrings, I lose them all of the time mostly by dropping them. No matter how plain the floor I can never find them. I now have a rather large collection of odd earrings I never wear."
'Replacement Lost Earrings' hav
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