Emily Collins

Emily Collins creates jewellery for everyday wear. Her forms are simple yet have intricate, fine detailing and a deliberately soft surface texture that becomes apparent on closer inspection. Influences include ancient stone carving and traditional Indian jewellery. She has developed a striking range of jewellery that uses a combination of fine and sterling silver. This means that a piece will have both the pure brilliant whiteness of fine silver as well as the strength and durability of sterling silver. All elements of her jewellery are handmade, so each piece is always slightly different to the next and therefore unique.


  • 2000-02 MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewellery, Royal College of Art, London
  • 1996-98 BA (Hons) Designed Metalwork and Jewellery, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College


  • 2005 J. Blundels & Sons Silver bursary
  • 2000-02 South Square Silver Trust bursaries
  • 2002 Esg Robinson Charitable Trust Award, Royal Mint Medal Competition

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2016 Making a Winter’s Tale, Contemporary Applied Arts, London
  • 2016 Handmade in Britain, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London
  • 2015 Present & Collect, Contemporary Applied Arts, London
  • 2015 Design Collection, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
  • 2015 Goldsmiths' Fair, Goldsmiths' Hall, London
  • 2014 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, Contemporary Applied Arts, London
  • 2014 Design Collection, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
  • 2012 Gifted, Contemporary Applied Arts, London
  • 2012 Fresh, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
  • 2012 Queen of Diamonds, Electrum Gallery, London
  • 2009 Silversmithing Showcase, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire
  • 2008 Origin, Somerset House, London
  • 2008 International Boxes, The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
  • 2007 Origin, Somerset House, London
  • 2006 Mid-Summer Madness, 35th Anniversary Exhibition, Electrum Gallery, London
  • 2004 Anti-War Medals, touring exhibition, organised by Velvet da Vinci Gallery, USA
  • 2003 Silver Sparks, Gilbert Collection, Somerset House, London

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