Kinnaird Jewellery

The recurring theme of symmetry, geometry and linear pattern is found in Carolyn Kinnard’s bold, minimal jewellery. Primarily working in metals, texture is added through wax engraving and accents of colour are created using perspex and other non-precious materials. Carolyn embarked on numerous research trips, including visiting Peru and Morocco. This greatly informed her practice, providing a fresh appreciation for the global story of makers, traditional craftsmanship and pattern making. After graduating in Design and Applied Arts at Edinburgh College of Art in 2011, Carolyn went on to a residency in 2015 at NorthCity4 studios, Melbourne.

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Bespoke commissions, Made to order

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Stacey Bentley Photo and Martin Alan Smith

Edinburgh

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