Walpole Crafted exhibition opens at Royal Academy

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Designers Ruth Tomlinson, Shona Marsh and Jo Thorne among exhibitors.

British luxury goods organisation Walpole and watch company Vacheron Constantin have joined forces to host Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional, an exhibition showcasing work by jewellers, silversmiths and designer-makers at the Royal Academy in London.

The show, which opened on April 3, will feature work by silversmiths Rauni Higson, Shona Marsh, Wayne Meeten and Ndidi Ekubia, with jewellery from Ruth Tomlinson, Jo Thorne, Jacqueline Cullen and Sabine Roemer.

The showcase brings together designer-makers that have been part of the Walpole British Luxury through the Crafted mentoring programme. The showcase is free to attend, telling the story behind each stage of the craft-making creative process, from raw material to finished work.

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The focus of the showcase will be on both the people and the products, with live demonstrations and chances to meet the makers.

Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional showcase can be found at The Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens, running from April 3 to April 5.
 

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