We will be taking part in the Spring Contemporary Craft & Design Fair at RHS Garden Wisley GU23 6QB 3-7 May 2018.
Street Tweets II is one of three pieces we have on the Goldsmiths Fair stand at Collect 2018, an amazing selection of 40 galleries from four continents, bringing together a spectacular array of objects for sale at Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, Kings Road, London SW3 4RY, Thursday 22 – Sunday 25 February.
We are delighted to be taking part in Week 2 of Goldsmiths’ Fair 3 – 8 October, stand 42. Goldsmiths’ Hall, London, EC2v 6BN. Further details at goldsmithsfair.co.uk.
Unfortunately we have had a technical issue with our AOL email account and we have not received a single message sent via our website. If you have sent a message and we have ignored it, we apologise, but we simply haven’t received it. We have now found a way around this problem, so please feel free to […]
Intriguing medals leave our workshop. Fred designed and produced the original medal back in the 1980s, and has been producing them ever since.
A silver and enamel beaker incorporating 22 carat gold wires, and expressing the hidden mass of colours and textures in the hedgerows.
Hidden Hedgerows is the result of an interesting project to create a painting and a piece of enamelled silver in tandem, ie. working on the two independently over a period of time. Fred formulated his ideas, based on hedgerows, in a small watercolour, and from this he created an enamelled beaker and a larger scale […]
We are delighted to launch our new website, beautifully designed and constructed by Richard Webb of Webb London. We were a little daunted at the thought of putting together a new site, with so many images to include, but Richard listened to what we wanted, put forward many helpful suggestions and tips, and we think the result is brilliant. We hope you do too!
Fred has recently completed this stunning commission, a pair of one pint tankards, celebrating Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton through a depiction of some of their iconic guitars, including ‘Blackie’, ‘Ivan the Terrible’, and ‘Love Drops’.