Kim Allwright's Profile

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A little about me. I am a self-taught jewellery designer maker. I grew up in Holland, Germany, Canada and England, studied languages and worked as a translator for many years.

About five years ago, I started learning about jewellery making through workshops and evening classes, something I'd been looking forward to for several years. I now run my own little workshop in beautiful Herefordshire. I am also an active member of Alloy Hereford Jewellers Group, a great and diverse group of professional jewellers and silversmiths.

I work mainly in Sterling silver and resin. However, as my business expands I am starting to incorporate additional materials, and, as I learn, also additional techniques.

My collection to date includes kinetic rings and a minimalist Sterling silver and…

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  • Joined November 12, 2010

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precious metals, anything that can be recycled, tactile materials, resin, acrylic

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WildeWorks
handmade contemporary jewellery

About

A little about me. I am a self-taught jewellery designer maker. I grew up in Holland, Germany, Canada and England, studied languages and worked as a translator for many years.

About five years ago, I started learning about jewellery making through workshops and evening classes, something I'd been looking forward to for several years. I now run my own little workshop in beautiful Herefordshire. I am also an active member of Alloy Hereford Jewellers Group, a great and diverse group of professional jewellers and silversmiths.

I work mainly in Sterling silver and resin. However, as my business expands I am starting to incorporate additional materials, and, as I learn, also additional techniques.

My collection to date includes kinetic rings and a minimalist Sterling silver and resin range. An image of my kinetic rings was used by resin expert Clare John in her book 'Resin Jewellery' and I have been featured in 'Designer Focus' by The Guild of Jewellery Designers.

In 2012, I started creating an online presence, part of which is dedicated to recycling and the environment.

For more info, or to see how some of my work is made, please visit:

www.wildeworks.co.uk
www.wildeworks.blogspot.co.uk
www.facebook.com/WildeWorks
http://pinterest.com/wildeworks/
@wildeworks

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