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Deborah Tseng releases monochrome 'White' collection

In a colourful world, this quiet white jewellery is a rare island for a peaceful mind. Deborah Tseng Jewellery combines two historical crafts to make porcelain jewellery with layers of beauty and meaning. Artist Deborah Tseng established her eponymous jewellery brand in London, after graduating from a masters degree in jewellery Silversmithing and related products from Birmingham City University School of Jewellery. However, prior to this Tseng lived and Taiwan, where she was trained extensively in metalwork.  Her diverse skillset and honed craftsmanship can be seen in her work. She finds her inspiration in repetition, transformation, time and the minutiae of the

Inside 'Fabricate': Central Saint Martins students and staff exhibit in Munich

For the fourth consecutive year, students and staff of Central Saint Martins return to Vitsoe in Munich to display their work as equals.  The exhibition, Fabricate, showcases the work of 42 staff and students of the BA Jewellery Design course, and celbrates the course's diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects. Mindful of the common threads between jewellery and furniture, this exhibition, presented on Vitsoe’s 606 Universal Shelving System, imaginatively and expressively explores the theme of fabrication. Left: Biying Chen ‘Expensive Necklace’ - Sterling silver. Right: Wen-Ju Tseng ‘Reduce, Reuse Recycle’ - Sterling silver wire, wrongly printed tin sheets, recycled spoons The