London-based Goldsmith and jewellery designer Jessie Thomas’s work is distinctive in its unfussy aesthetic. Baroque pearls, hammered gold and organic shapes feature frequently. And it was from her father that Jessie learnt her trade. David was a pioneer of the new style of avant-garde gold jewellery that emerged in London during the 1960s: he trained under Georg Jensen and the Swedish Crown Jewellers and his pieces are held in permanent collections of institutions including the V&A.
Why is it important to you to continue to make each piece by hand? A good question! With Computer Aided Design software (CAD) now being used so prolifically in creating
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