Michael Ball of Craft and Design Magazine interviewed Erica Sharpe for the Jan/Feb 2014 edition about how she developed her business.
I was delighted to receive a very interesting brief for a commission of cufflinks and a pendant for the founder members of a business as a celebration of their success. Here’s how I designed and made them.
Welcome to ‘A Life in Jewellery’ This exhibition runs from 26th March – 28th April at the Somerset Crafts Centre, Avalon Marshes. I hope that visitors enjoy exploring my work. The title of the exhibition has been chosen as it has two meanings from me. Firstly it represents my working life (27 years) of professional… Read more »
Make Jewellery Magazine talks to jeweller, Erica Sharpe, about her delicate creations and the design process in their April 2013 issue.
This commission was for a surprise engagement ring. 2 brilliant-cut diamonds had been chosen by my customer to use for the ring; one of just under a carat in weight and the other one smaller but of the same exceptionally high quality. My customer provided me with some images of styles that his partner liked… Read more »
New work ‘Mine Beneath the Sea’ inspired by Levant Cornish Tin mine to be exhibited at the Best of the Best section at Art in Action
In November 2011, Erica’s work with Cornish Tin was the feature of a short film ‘The Cry of Tin’ as part of the 5×5 / 7 project by filmmakers R&A Collaborations.