The show takes place from May 28 to June 6 at the RCA, Kensington Gore

Graduating MA students will be displaying their final jewellery collections at the Royal College of Art’s (RCA) Show One exhibition on Thursday.

The students will be showcasing a range of designs in their pieces, which utilise materials ranging from insects and concrete to yarn. Exhibitors include students Caroline Holt, Eleanor Bolton, Lynne MacLachlan and Märta Mattson.


The students’ creative techniques incorporate coiling and stitching, experimental digital, rapid prototyping production and concrete casting.

Mattson, whose collection of miniature sculptures is composed of insects and reindeer skin, said: “In a world where not many new and exotic breeds are discovered, I want to be the creator of these objects of astonishment. I want to create a contemporary cabinet of curiosities based on my own taste and perception of beauty.”

The exhibition, which runs from 11am to 8pm from June 28 to May 6, will take place at the RCA in Kensington Gore, London. The majority of work on display will be available for sale or commission by retailers.