Sally Lees (London) Contemporary Jewellery

Sally Lees (London) Contemporary Jewellery

Sally creates jewellery in combinations of silver and aluminium. She dyes the aluminium by hand which is first resist printed with patterns of her original drawings of flowers and animals. A great lover of colour she dyes the aluminium in vibrant colours with the polished surfaces reminiscent of Japanese lacquer.
Previous commissions include a collection of jewellery designed for The Houses of Parliament to accompany Mary Branson's 'New Dawn' light sculpture installed in Westminster in 2016 and a series of brooches for Transport for London's 'The Brooch is Back' exhibition in 2017. She has also designed and made the trophies for the Camden Business Awards in 2013, 2015 & 2017.
Sally is a member of the National Association of Jewellers and is a Craft Central Network Member and is also featured on The Goldsmiths' Directory and The Crafts Council Directory.
Sally has appeared on the BBC's Learning Zone and has taught jewellery making at Cockpit Arts, Designercourses, Greenwich Community College and London Metropolitan University. Her cufflinks are featured in the jewellery making books: 'Anodized! Brilliant Colours and Bold Designs in Aluminium' by Clare Stiles and 'Coloured Aluminium Jewellery: Design and Make' by Lindsey Mann.

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