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Fine jewellery made In Scotland, inspired by textiles


Ebba Goring has been pioneering her technique of working with casting textiles since graduating in 2009 with a BDES (hons) in Jewellery and Metal Design from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee, Scotland.

Since launching her first collection Knit One Pearl One in 2012, Ebba has gained stockists throughout the UK and in some of the top galleries and boutiques such as The New Craftsmen in Mayfair, London and now stocks in a number of boutiques in North America. Ebba regularly exhibits at NYNOW in New York and other high end trade and retail shows such as Goldsmiths’ Fair in London. 

The studio/ showroom is part of an architect restored railway platform building in Burntisland on the Fife Coast of Scotland. 

Inspiration
Inspired by a love of traditional needlework and a passion to translate textile skills that have been handed down through generations into a new material that will preserve them forever.

“The simple repetition of a stitch, like double crochet, can be inspiration in itself but — I am also fascinated by historic jewellery, costume and textile motifs, especially from the Jacobean and Elizabethan eras for my latest collections.” 

Craftsmanship
Ebba stitches her designs in minute delicate cotton stitch and crochet then casts in solid recycled precious metal.

“I enjoy this sort of alchemy process, the organic undulating stitches are captured in metal and transformed into solid precious jewels. The finished pieces have an almost ancient treasure look to them, especially the gold pieces studded with precious gemstones.”

All pieces are designed and hand-finished in our studio and hallmarked at the Edinburgh Assay Office.

     

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