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Stephanie Walton's pieces are dramatic and contrasting. She uses Computer Aided Design to help form her pieces which use a variety of precious and non precious materials.

Stephanie Walton's pieces are dramatic and contrasting. She uses Computer Aided Design to help form her pieces which use a variety of precious and non precious materials.

Alice Gow is a Birmingham based designer/maker who utilises Computer Aided Design to create her pieces. Her objective is to create items which display movement, simplicity and elegance.

Alice Gow is a Birmingham based designer/maker who utilises Computer Aided Design to create her pieces. Her objective is to create items which display movement, simplicity and elegance.

For more than a century, a Vienna townhouse has been bustling with decidedly industrial pursuits—machining, metalwork, assembly, finishing—dedicated to the craft of strangely alluring domestic objects.

For more than a century, a Vienna townhouse has been bustling with decidedly industrial pursuits—machining, metalwork, assembly, finishing—dedicated to the craft of strangely alluring domestic objects.

Graham Short

Graham Short

John Moore - Vane Necklaces. Anodised aluminium, silicone, silver and magnets. Photograph by Pia Schweisser.

John Moore - Vane Necklaces. Anodised aluminium, silicone, silver and magnets. Photograph by Pia Schweisser.

Linda van Niekerk  Neckpiece: Carousel 2012  Anodised aluminium, sterling silver  Photo: Peter Whyte

Linda van Niekerk Neckpiece: Carousel 2012 Anodised aluminium, sterling silver Photo: Peter Whyte

‘Meniscus’, by silversmith Cara Murphy

‘Meniscus’, by silversmith Cara Murphy

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