Elements has unveiled the lineup for its seventh annual jewellery festival which includes emerging makers from Scotland and across the UK.
Organised by the Scottish Goldsmiths Trust, in partnership with Lyon and Turnbull auctioneers, the show will feature a blend of physical pop-ups and new online shop between September and November 2021.
This year’s participants include Michelle Currie, a fair trade jewellery company based in Glasgow, Leonid Dementiev, a London-based creator of ethical jewellery, Katie Lees, a maker of contemporary pieces and Ella Fearon-Low, who mixes precious and non-precious materials.
Also included in the lineup is Alice Fry who specialises in the metal niobium.
Ebba Goring, chief executive, Scottish Goldsmiths Trust, said: “Elements is a wonderful opportunity to discover some of the best and most distinctive in contemporary, hand-crafted, designer gold, silver and jewellery.
“By offering a blend of online and physical events we are finding ways to give as many people as possible the chance not only to see a tremendous variety of gold, silver and jewellery but to find out more about the people and the inspirations behind each piece.”