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Thursday, 28 June 2012

Graduate Designer: Katie Jamieson


For the last of my graduate instalments, a CSM designer who’s beautifully crafted and considered pieces have shades of Solange Azagury- Partridge in their kinetic and hidden stone details, but resolutely show off a graphic style of her own.


Katie Jamieson’s pieces feature stone set components nestled inside smooth sided, architectural shells, which ‘pop’ out with the wearer’s movement.


I love that Jamieson’s website describes both the tactility and sounds of the pieces – describing the “satisfying tinkle and click as if some secret is hidden within them”. I’ve mentioned before how important the physical experience of wearing jewellery is – playing with chains, twisting tactile rings around the finger, clinking stacks of bangles – an aspect of enjoying jewellery which Jamieson has considered and captured perfectly in her designs. 

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