Anna Byers, who graduated from MA Jewellery Design at The Cass in 2012, will be one of 80 designer-makers exhibiting this weekend at Handmade in Britain, at Chelsea Town Hall.
Date: 25 May 2014
Anna Byers, who graduated from MA Jewellery Design at The Cass in 2012, will be one of 80 designer-makers exhibiting this weekend at Handmade in Britain, at Chelsea Town Hall. Handmade in Britain showcases the best in British contemporary craftsmanship and design, and features jewellery, furniture, accessories and homeware.
Amongst the pieces being exhibited, Anna will be showing her moveable, 'interactive' jewellery, which she developed during her MA at The Cass.
Anna launched her business after graduating in 2012, and has since been nominated as 'Newcomer of the Year' by the British Jewellers Association and has recently been announced as a finalist for 'New Designer of the Year' in the UK Watch and Jewellery Awards.
Handmade in Britain runs from 9-11th May, from 11am-6pm.
Address: Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW3 5EE.
- Website: handmadeinbritain.co.uk
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