Jeweller Genna Design has announced it is preparing for its biggest solo exhibition to date to mark the 10th anniversary of the business.

Because of the uncertainties and heavy competition from huge organisations that dominate the high street, Genna Delaney, founder of the company, said she is proud of her achievements and will be showcasing her jewellery in the form of a timeline, which will show the development over the years, including her work at college.

The exhibition will show the process, inspiration and evolution of her jewellery.


According to Delaney, visitors can see some unique pieces, including her different ranges: Rollered, Geometric Wire, Coral, Glacier Perspex, Component as well as her new 3D collection. The 3D software and hardware will be on show and guests will have the opportunity to experience what it’s like to design a 3D piece.

Delaney will be free to answer any questions, from the designing process to the hard work it takes to maintain a business for this length of time.

According to the company, Delaney’s speciality is her bespoke commissions. It said no project is too much for her to take on and she relishes a challenge when it comes to pushing the boundaries of jewellery design.

The exhibition will be open for the whole weekend, October 29 – 30, from 12-5pm in Project 1 – Gallery Space, on level 4, Meadow Mill, Dundee.