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Profession / role:
Designer Owner
Company / organisation:
Jacqueline Brill Jewellery
Website (if you have one):
www.jacquelinebrilljewellery.co.uk
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Designer, Manufacturer
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About me / About business or organisation:
Think of myself as the 'Queen of Recycling', as from a child I have collected old buttons, beads, fabrics and lace. Since 2004 I have been designing and manufacturing jewellery made from as much recycled and vintage peices as is possible. I love to breathe new life into lost, forlorn and unloved treasures, maybe in doing so making modern day heirlooms. Recycling can be glamorous aswell as ethical. All of my materials are sourced locally and I use recycled packaging.
Career history / Company history:
Designed a range of hand-knitted jumpers, embroidered with vintage buttons & beads. 1983-1985
Moved to Perth, WA worked for Ravensbourne Interiors, designed a range of furniture using recycled oregon pine, marble and architectural features. Worked on a range of iron furniture called Ironage, inspired by Diego Giacometti. 1985-1990
1990 - current artist and jewllery maker

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At 10:47 on March 2, 2011, Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear said…

Hi Jacqueline,

Sounds like everything is going excellent for you .. Good luck with your events ..

Colin

At 23:39 on March 1, 2011, Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear said…

HI Jacqueline

I have around 200 reading glasses that have tortoise shell affect Plactic frames and tinted lenses. If you have the Imagination , would you be interested in buying some to make recycled Jewellery . I could send you some to see what you can do ?

let me know

regards Colin ..

At 16:00 on December 2, 2010, bianca zen said…
Amazing bracelet. One of a kind, truly
At 15:26 on June 8, 2010, Patricia Tribulawony said…
Thank you! You have some unusual bracelets, really nice! Patricia
At 17:43 on June 4, 2010, Polkadile said…
Thank you! Nice pins you add to your jewelry. :)
At 11:20 on May 1, 2010, Sarah Caverhill said…
Thank you! Have a swap soon! Your pins are just beautiful - so unusual with a great vintage twist
At 18:11 on April 26, 2010, Daniel Godfrey said…
Thanks Jacqueline!! your jewellary s gorgeous!! I love the antique and eclectic feel of it! you're so right about denim.. it canes the needles like nobodies business!! I use a semi industrial and some hardcore schmetz specials to power through the layers!!! : D
At 12:04 on April 26, 2010, Launa Cresswell said…
Thanks glad you like it. My site is brand new and not yet up and running. Should be no line by the end of May. Working hard to get all the finishing touches to it. Will keep you posted as to when it's on line.
La
At 0:59 on April 24, 2010, Launa Cresswell said…
Love the eclectic magpie feeling in your work. Great stuff
Launa
 
 
 

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