Hannah Louise Lamb

A sense of beauty and perfection, an eye for detail and a strong sense of place all combine Hannah Louise Lamb’s jewellery to create unique, highly desirable and wearable pieces. Inspirations from decorative motifs and colours from wall coverings and interior fabrics, pets, and simple iconic imagery from around the house inform elements of her design. Techniques used are intricate hand piercing, surface texturing and traditional jewellery fabrication skills combining silver with materials such as silk, felt and semi-precious stones.

Born 1977 UK

2002-2004 MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewellery, The royal College of Art.
1997-2000 BA (Hons) Design: Silversmithing and Jewellery

2007 Jewellery award, the Contemporary Craft Fair
2004 Scottish Arts Council Setting Up Grant
Business Gateway Business Start Up Grant
Commended in Goldsmith’s Company Young Designer Silversmith Award
2000 Richard Hubbard Arrol Memorial Prize, Glasgow School of Art

Selected recent exhibitions
2008 Contemporary Craft at Bovey Tracey
‘Collect’, Victoria and Albert Museum
2007 ‘Origin’, Somerset House, London
Christmas Showcase Form, The Lighthouse, Glasgow
‘Beads’, The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
‘Victoriana’, RBSA, Birmingham
‘New Jewellery’, Byard Yard, Cambridge
‘Shades of Red’, Manchester Craft and Design Centre
New York International Gift Fair
2006 ‘A Cut Above’, The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
‘Made’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
2005 ‘Spotlight’, Lesley Craze Gallery, London
‘Maker-Wearer-Viewer’, (Touring Exhibition)
‘The Watkins Era’, Contemporary Applied Arts

Selected commissions
2007 Craftbox, Shropshire County Council
2005 Silver Crown for Aberlady Gala






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