Made in London: Jewellery Now at the Museum of London

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Sketch by Imogen Belfield © Imogen Belfield

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The Museum of London celebrates the creative talents of some of London's most exciting contemporary jewellery designers with the new exhibition, Made in London: Jewellery Now.

Part of the Museum of London’s Jewellery Season, the exhibition brings together seven London-based contemporary jewellers. Delving into the creative processes and working methods of the designers, the exhibition paints a picture of London as a source of inspiration and innovation. Beyond presenting their work, the exhibition explores the unique professional identity of each designer, giving a snapshot of their world and imagination.

The exhibition features the jewellers, Jordan Askill, Imogen Belfield, Rachel Boston, Duffy, Husam el Odeh, Noemi Klein and Frances Wadsworth-Jones, whose work is produced in the capital. Each designer’s distinctive approach to their work is fundamental to the design of the exhibition, giving each their own mini-installation:

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