CGGC Members

CGGC members are based across North Wales.

The Collective was formed to enable contemporary Jewellers to network within their region, to offer and lend support to one another and explore new exhibition opportunities together. Please select a member below to view their details and find out more. Blah

  • Kriket Broadhurst

  • Kriket works from ‘The Beaumaris Jewellery Studio‘ a business she set up in 2011,  in Beaumaris on the Isle of Anglesey.  She predominantly designs silver jewellery featuring her handcrafted ceramic beads.  Her unique beads are made from her own secret recipes, that she mixes from scratch using raw oxides, clays and minerals. Her recipes are based on the 5000 yr old Ancient Egyptian techniques of faience, however unlike the more porous surface [...]

  • Clarrie Flavell

  • Clarrie Flavel owns and runs The Blue Earthworm which is a purpose built studio/workshop. The workshop itself is only a stone’s throw away from Bodelwyddan Castle. At her workshop Clarrie has a display area for her ‘portrait crowns’, and some romantic wedding crowns, with accompanying range of jewellery. All handmade on the premises, and each one unique: customers may request various styles to which they can have their own beads and keepsakes [...]

  • Caroline Royal

  • Jeweller Artist | Designer | Maker Exhibition Co-ordination | Promotion Caroline started her business in 2006, when she was awarded a Princes Trust Loan to purchase equipment. Since then she has developed several different collections, supplying galleries locally and UK wide. Exhibiting internationally with MJN (Manchester Jewellers Network) participating and co-ordinating Articles of Hope, Adornments for Justice, a concept exhibition inspired by The Declaration of Human Rights. Caroline is from Llandudno and completed a [...]

  • Pamela Peters

  • Pam was born and has worked and lived in North Wales all her life. Pam is mainly self taught after attending a residential course in Burton Manor college on the Wirral 5 years ago. From perfecting a hobby she has now started a business and is selling work through various galleries all over Wales and the North West. All pieces are created and finished with care by Pam in her [...]

  • Hannah Coates

  • Since leaving college in Wexham in 1991 Hannah has exhibited and sold her jewellery in galleries and exhibitions throughout the UK. A fascination with colour is the inspiration behind the current collection of work. Having a keen interest in reusing and recycling, Hannah utilises discarded items such as plastic drinks bottles and confectionary packaging. These are combined with silver, semi precious stones and vintage beads to create the jewel like [...]

  • Sarah Anderson

  • Sarah started making silver jewellery in the 1970′s at the Camden institute with an Australian jewellery Rod Edwards, and later during the late 1990′s from Rauni Higson. She started her own business in 2000 making her own distinctive style of silver jewellery. She has attended craft fairs throughout Great Britain, although now concentrates on Welsh events. She has exhibited for 12 years at the national Eisteddfod where in 2009 she [...]

  • Karen Williams

  • Karen Williams set up as a jeweller in 1995, originally from Anglesey, she is now based near Bethesda. Commissions include designing and creating the Crown for the National Eisteddfod in 1999 and 2008. She has also been a recipient of the Creative Wales Award and support for her current project ‘Llanddwyn Shore Lines’ from the Arts Council of Wales The Crater and Holey collections are based around the definition of [...]

  • Sarah Wilkie

  • Sarah’s fascination with hidden objects, found heirlooms & the concept of capturing meaningful memories is the inspiration behind Seren d. Visiting her grandparents as a child, they would share with her treasures of coins, postcards, bits of fabrics & trinkets; telling tales of their past & explaining meanings of sentimentally priceless objects. Happy times that have impacted on Sarah’s life & will forever be cherished. Treasured memories of these times combined [...]

  • Ann Catrin Evans

  • Ann Catrin Evans is a designer maker working with metal, palm size to architectural. She is known nationally and internationally for her unique Door Furniture and Public Sculptures; one recent successful commission was the door furniture throughout the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay, and is currently working on a 10m tall stainless steel Town Sculpture for Porth in the Rhondda valley. The material for all the work is hot [...]

  • Angela Evans

  • Angela creates sterling silver jewellery with copper and/ or gold granulation inspired by the fern covered hillsides of North Wales. Her work is constructed from sterling silver wire utilising various techniques to produce different textures and shapes. Angela creates one-off and bespoke items in silver, gold and platinum such as wedding and engagement rings. She also has a selection of one-off pieces at Siop iard Caernarfon and Siop iard Pwllheli [...]

  • Hannah David

  • Hannah is inspired by natural forms such as seaweed and leaf shapes. She works in sterling silver and semi precious stones. Large, stylish neckpieces are a feature of her work. Reticulation is an exciting technique, as it is hard to replicate, and so the jewellery that she designs and produces is unique.

  • Sara Lois

  • After graduating in 2011 with a 1st class BSc (Hons) Product Design degree from Bangor​ University Sara set up her workshop in her home village on the Llyn Peninsula in 2012.  Previous to setting up her business she undertook  placements with various jewellery designers in order to gain experience. Inspiration is found in the everyday, be it from her Welsh culture and heritage or that of others encountered away from [...]

  • Rauni Higson

  • Rauni is based in a converted chapel in Snowdonia, where the dramatic scenery and untamed natural environment inform her designs. Her work is sculptural, but surprisingly lightweight and easy to wear. The fluid forms come alive on the body. She is fascinated by technique and process, particularly ‘Fold-forming’, which she has been developing her personal interpretation of for over a decade. Movement, flow and growth patterns are a particular preoccupation, as [...]

  • Lora Wyn

  • Lora designs and makes contemporary hand made fun and easy to wear delicate and whimsical jewellery that will suit many. Made out of copper, sterling silver and enamel, she is mainly inspired by the world of fashion and style. The colours, patterns and textures in nature and from her surroundings also inspires and plays a big part in the enamelling design process.

  • Jane Fairbairn

  • Jane is inspired by the forms, plants, insects and the sea shore. Responding to her environment and always open to spontaneous finds or observations. Jane likes to experiment using different materials combining them to achieve a sensitive decorative quality. Her work has a direct contact with nature whether in an obvious way or sometimes more subtle use of texture and pattern. Working mainly in silver and gold occasionally using semi precious [...]

  • Annie Williams

  • Annie lives on the North Wales coast between mountains and the sea drawing inspiration from the natural landscape. Annie makes jewellery using resin, silver, and natural fibres such as rubber, leather and silk. Annie enjoys the versatility of resin as it can assume any shape or colour. Adjusting the degree of transparency alters the effects of light and shadow, and depending on its shape, explores the dynamic of reflection and [...]