Maker Profile

Amy Iddles Jeweller

Looking back, I never thought I'd become a jeweller. However, as time has passed my interest in the art of jewellery became a need to explore jewellery making as a practice. 

My pursuit started in 2011 and it has been a constant, evolving, organic process ever since.
It is the physical act of jewellery making that I love. Experimenting with metals and texture, applying heat, using the tools and the chemical processes that unveil the intrinsic beauty of a piece. The process of crafting raw materials into simply styled jewellery that is wearable, bold at a glance but intricate up close. 

My work is made to be worn, enjoyed and treasured. I craft my pieces to a quality that they may have longevity, to be handed on and appreciated by many over time. 

Amy Iddles

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