Silver and gold textured bangle, Gavin MacSporran, 2016. The interpretation of the raw elegance and beauty of the Australian landscape, the interaction of water, fire and earth distilled through the hammer is his passion. Represented by Henry Jones Design Gallery

Silver and gold textured bangle, Gavin MacSporran, 2016. The interpretation of the raw elegance and beauty of the Australian landscape, the interaction of water, fire and earth distilled through the hammer is his passion. Represented by Henry Jones Design Gallery

Windblown sand and sea, Gavin Macsporran. The interpretation of the raw elegance and beauty of the Australian landscape, the interaction of water, fire and earth distilled through the hammer is his passion. Represented by Henry Jones Design Gallery

Windblown sand and sea, Gavin Macsporran. The interpretation of the raw elegance and beauty of the Australian landscape, the interaction of water, fire and earth distilled through the hammer is his passion. Represented by Henry Jones Design Gallery

Neckpiece - White Banksia, by Linda van Neikerk. Jewellery designer Linda van Niekerk is recognized for her distinctive style characterized by bold sculptural forms, clean simple lines and the use of unusual materials. Represented by Handmark Gallery

Neckpiece - White Banksia, by Linda van Neikerk. Jewellery designer Linda van Niekerk is recognized for her distinctive style characterized by bold sculptural forms, clean simple lines and the use of unusual materials. Represented by Handmark Gallery

Oxidized Hoop Earrings with Rough Stones by Tasmanian artist Anna Weber. Anna’s work examines the idea of preciousness and what makes something hold value for a person. The thought that materials drawn from the earth, such as metal and stones, are considered far less valuable until we have altered and manipulated them is an intriguing one. Represented by Handmark Gallery

Oxidized Hoop Earrings with Rough Stones by Tasmanian artist Anna Weber. Anna’s work examines the idea of preciousness and what makes something hold value for a person. The thought that materials drawn from the earth, such as metal and stones, are considered far less valuable until we have altered and manipulated them is an intriguing one. Represented by Handmark Gallery

Fracture Pendant by Tasmanian artist Anna Weber. Anna’s work examines the idea of preciousness and what makes something hold value for a person. The thought that materials drawn from the earth, such as metal and stones, are considered far less valuable until we have altered and manipulated them is an intriguing one. Represented by Handmark Gallery

Fracture Pendant by Tasmanian artist Anna Weber. Anna’s work examines the idea of preciousness and what makes something hold value for a person. The thought that materials drawn from the earth, such as metal and stones, are considered far less valuable until we have altered and manipulated them is an intriguing one. Represented by Handmark Gallery

Spiral Bracelet from Curve Series, Sandy Wrightson. “I like creating forms with curves that flow. Objects that I’m drawn to in nature inspire and inform my work – grass trees, pandani spirals, buds and berries. I enjoy exploring the intriguing elements by reinterpreting them in metal or clay. I create understated contemporary pieces with fluid curves, contrast and asymmetry. Designs that are also tactile and versatile provide me with added joy.” Represented by Handmark Gallery

Spiral Bracelet from Curve Series, Sandy Wrightson. “I like creating forms with curves that flow. Objects that I’m drawn to in nature inspire and inform my work – grass trees, pandani spirals, buds and berries. I enjoy exploring the intriguing elements by reinterpreting them in metal or clay. I create understated contemporary pieces with fluid curves, contrast and asymmetry. Designs that are also tactile and versatile provide me with added joy.” Represented by Handmark Gallery

Red Cherry Earrings from Buds and Berries Series, Sandy Wrightson. “I like creating forms with curves that flow. Objects that I’m drawn to in nature inspire and inform my work – grass trees, pandani spirals, buds and berries. I enjoy exploring the intriguing elements by reinterpreting them in metal or clay. I create understated contemporary pieces with fluid curves, contrast and asymmetry. Designs that are also tactile and versatile provide me with added joy.” Represented by Handmark Gallery

Red Cherry Earrings from Buds and Berries Series, Sandy Wrightson. “I like creating forms with curves that flow. Objects that I’m drawn to in nature inspire and inform my work – grass trees, pandani spirals, buds and berries. I enjoy exploring the intriguing elements by reinterpreting them in metal or clay. I create understated contemporary pieces with fluid curves, contrast and asymmetry. Designs that are also tactile and versatile provide me with added joy.” Represented by Handmark Gallery

David Parums Design ring collection, David Parums, 2015. Photographer: Shannon Parums. David Parums draws on his experience both as a knifemaker and jeweller to create unique hand crafted rings from Damascus steel and only the best 18ct golds and gemstones. Through his work he explores the juxtaposition of ancient metalsmithing techniques with the precision of modern metalurgy. David Parums Design’s studio is located in the Derwent Valley and is open by appointment.

David Parums Design ring collection, David Parums, 2015. Photographer: Shannon Parums. David Parums draws on his experience both as a knifemaker and jeweller to create unique hand crafted rings from Damascus steel and only the best 18ct golds and gemstones. Through his work he explores the juxtaposition of ancient metalsmithing techniques with the precision of modern metalurgy. David Parums Design’s studio is located in the Derwent Valley and is open by appointment.

Foliage Wreath Necklace by Tasmanian artist Emily Snadden. “As a jeweller I am driven by the process of design and manufacturing – my artistic practice evolves from a process of specimen collecting in the bush to photographing and sketching prior to creation. My work is a reflection of my personal connection to Tasmania and a love for the intricate and delicate details within our unique landscape and flora.” Represented by Handmark Gallery

Foliage Wreath Necklace by Tasmanian artist Emily Snadden. “As a jeweller I am driven by the process of design and manufacturing – my artistic practice evolves from a process of specimen collecting in the bush to photographing and sketching prior to creation. My work is a reflection of my personal connection to Tasmania and a love for the intricate and delicate details within our unique landscape and flora.” Represented by Handmark Gallery

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