Elizabeth Anne Norris

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Lost Lanes Newsletter Feature

It’s always exciting to see my handmade sterling silver jewellery designs featured in a newsletter. If you didn’t know already I’ve recently joined the UK’s largest ethical marketplace, The Lost Lanes, and I’m thrilled to be featured in their latest newsletter. The Lost Lanes pride themselves in only working with UK designers who can prove they have ethically made products. Their ethical fashion is particularly appealing to me. I hope you enjoy having a browse.

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Elizabeth Anne Norris  Jewellery Designer / Jewellery Teacher

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Find my designs in The Lost Lanes

I am super excited to announce that I have a new stockist. You can now find my handmade jewellery designs on the largest online ethical market place in the UK, The Lost Lanes. The lovely married couple that run this amazing business are staunchly true to their ethical values and I’m delighted that I meet their criteria and that they love my silver jewellery designs. Good things come from shared values. Here’s to a long and happy partnership. Thank you Michael and Raquel aka The Lost Lanes.

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Inside Kent Magazine Feature

If you pick up a copy of the June 2015 edition of Inside Kent magazine you’ll find my Three Pearl Wire Stack Rings featured in the Fashion and Beauty section.

These stacking rings are available individually or as a set in Matt, Polished or Oxidised Sterling Silver and can be worn in various combinations according to your mood and outfit. Match the rings with earrings, necklaces and bangles too. Click here to find my pearl wire ring designs.

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I’m so excited and flattered that my jewellery designs have been selected as part of the Al Fresco Fashion feature in such a great luxury magazine.

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Pick up your copy of Inside Kent Magazine in one of these many locations… Inside Kent Found Here 

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 Elizabeth Anne Norris  Jewellery Designer / Jewellery Teacher

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Design Inspiration – Montipora Digitata

I take inspiration for my jewellery designs from everywhere but I particularly love the fascinating creatures in our deep seas. Today I wanted to share this stunning coral called Montipora digitata captured by Boris Allard on Flickr. Click on the photo to see more of Boris’s amazing photography. Even if it doesn’t inspire, you can hardly deny it’s beauty. What do you think? Please feel free to comment below, thanks.

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 Elizabeth Anne Norris  Jewellery Designer / Jewellery Teacher

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Black Lace Sterling Silver Necklace Pendant and Earrings

I wanted to share my latest handmade jewellery designs with you, straight from my jewelry workshop in Brighton. Introducing the new black lace sterling silver necklace pendant and earrings. These pretties incorporate the delicate pattern of black lace into the silver surface.

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The domed oval shaped silver pendant has been embossed with a gorgeous lace pattern for a subtle yet eye catching design. The silver has a satin polished finish. Looks great on a short or long silver chain and matches beautifully with the black lace sterling silver earring studs.

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So what do you think? If you like them please leave me a comment below or click the images for further info, Thanks. Elizabeth

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Elizabeth Anne Norris   Jewellery Designer / Maker / Teacher

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New Enamel Pendant Designs

I’ve added a few new handmade silver jewellery designs to my online shop recently and thought you’d like to take a look.

Firstly, my strawberries and cream enamel pendant in small and large sizes. Click on the images for more details:

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And the smaller version

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And secondly the same design of enamel pendant but in Hello Sunshine colours

Hello Sunshine Pendant

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Gem of the Day – Emily Watson

I’ve long admired the enamel work of Emily Watson. Her art jewelry and wall pieces are bold and unique yet she uses subtle enamel colours that give a stone like appearance to the finished work. Emily draws inspiration from both geography and anatomy. As I have a background in Biology it is perhaps natural that I am so taken with her jewellery designs.

The piece I have chosen by Emily Watson for my ‘Gem of the Day’ is Rendered Brooch No.1. I particularly like the earthy colours and flow of the design from metal through enamel.

Emily describes her ‘Rendered’ series here: ‘The lines and shapes of the human body are my primary source of imagery. My sketchbook drawings combine many things I associate with the body: anatomy, landscapes, topography, vessel forms, MRIs, x-rays, microscopic cell images, and geometric volumes. In the “rendered” series, I use these drawings to generate enamel pieces, then employ chain and strings of beads to accentuate the drawn lines and sketch new lines onto the wearer. The relationship between jewelry and the physical body allows for an especially appropriate use of that body as subject matter. I meshing imagery which is sufficiently graphic to elicit a slight discomfort, yet is graceful and vague enough to evoke a primal response to the body’s beauty. Through this combination I hope to find an ambiguity which allows the viewer to experience the many levels on which our corporal bodies exist in the physical world.’

Rendered Brooch No. 1 by Emilly Watson

Rendered Brooch No. 1 by Emilly Watson

Emily Watson from Columbus, Ohio exhibits in many galleries in the USA and has been published in several books including ‘500 Enamelled Objects ‘. Her website shows the extent and variety of her amazing work. As well as vitreous enamel Emily Watson works in a multitude of media including silver, copper, wood, acrylic, bakelite, corian, vulcanite, bone, horn, jet, and stone.

Click here to see Emily Watson’s online shopWhat do you think of Emily’s enamel work? Please leave your comment below. Many thanks.

Click here to see who’s been my ‘Gem of The Day’ before? Which has been your favourite so far? Please leave a comment below. I’d love your feedback.

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 Elizabeth Anne Norris   Designer / Maker / Teacher 
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