July is a busy month at Malcolm Morris Jewellery.
As well as making new and beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces I will also be taking part in a selection of local shows and Weekend Garden Parties that I would like to invite you to.
I will be showing and selling a selection of pieces from current collections as well as my latest, unique, one-off pieces.
I will be available to chat about potential commissions for engagement or wedding ring requests as well as recycling your own, old Gold jewellery and having it made into a new piece of Jewellery that you will love and wear again.
This Week I am showing my work as part of a group exhibition called Unique at The Gallery at Craft Central, St Johns Square, London, EC1M 4DS.
Unique will be running all of this week until Saturday 18th July. It is open 12pm - 6pm every day. An assortment of lovely Jewellery, Bags and Cushions will be available for purchasing.
At the weekend, on Sunday 19th July, I will be taking part at the Walthamstow Garden Party, a local weekend festival in Lloyd Park Forest Road, London, E17 5JW. You can find me in the E17 Designers Marquee from 12pm -7pm.
There will be lots of activities going on throughout the day with live bands, food and music. Best of all...it is free entry.
Finally, closer towards the end of the month, I will be exhibiting at the at the Parallax Art Fair at The Old Chelsea Town Hall on Kings Road in Chelsea, London, SW3 5EE.
Opening hours are 11am - 5pm Saturday and Sunday.
There will be Art, Sculpture and Jewellery available to see and purchase. Entry is free of charge.
Please feel free to come along to any or all of the above events.
I am looking forward to seeing you there,
It always seems to take a while to get the work ready for the Assay office where it gets stamped with the mark that tells you it's silver or gold. It the has to be at the assay for up to 5 days. So it seems a while before you see it again to finish work.
It's was really hard this week to get back into the swing of work but o finally manage to sit at the bench again.
On the workbench today some Morphology collection rings. All cleaned up and ready to go to the assay office to get Hallmarked.
It's interesting how long it takes for work to get completed as it goes to the assay office so u will not see it again for a week.
A Happy New Year from Malcolm Morris Jewellery. Thank you to everyone who has purchased original Malcolm Morris jewellery and to everyone who has been following me on Instagram (Gingerjeweller).
Here we are looking forward to a fantastic 2015 and hope you will enjoy wearing your original hand made silver and gold pieces of contemporary British jewellery.
If you need any more information please send me an email so I can answer any of your questions.
Many thanks and hope you have a great 2015