Exhibitions & Shows 2019/2020

 I have on loan 7 pieces of my jewellery as part of this exciting exhibition at Colchester Castle until 14th February 2020.


About This Exhibition

Adorn is the first exhibition at Colchester Castle since it reopened in 2014. The show will explore the hidden stories of personal adornment, from Bronze Age beginnings to modern makers, and feature Colchester artefacts, loans from partners including the British Museum and work by contemporary Essex jewellers.

 Jewellery Fair - Saturday 6th April 2019

10am to 4pm

The Chesterfords Community Centre Recreation Gr

ound, CB10 1NS

Jewellery Fair - Saturday 23rd November 2019

10am to 4pm

Foakes Hall, Great Dunmow, CM6 1DG


Highgrove Christmas shopping event at Clarence House, the London residence of HRH Prince of Wales.    

I am very excited to announce that Harvey and Quinn has been invited to display and sell our jewellery over two days 3rd and 4th November 2018 at Clarence House.


Jewellery Fair - Saturday 10th November 2018

The Chesterfords Community Centre Recreation Ground, Newmarket Road, Great Chesterford, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 1NS

Join me for a chat and browse my jewellery collections

Top Drawer - Craft, Olympia, London

This is my fourth year come and visit:

Stand no: CR 404 Top Drawer Craft 14th-16th January 2018



Cursley & Bond- November 2017 Showcase.  www.facebook.com/Cursley.Bond

68 The Old High street, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1RN

I’m excited to be showing a collection of my latest pieces including some gorgeous 1950s glass buttons incorporated into various designs with Folkestone based gallery Cursely & Bond.

Cursley & Bond is the brainchild of husband and wife team, Chris and Nicola Cursley-Bond, who promote and celebrate the wide range of exciting contemporary jewellery design, art and crafts in Britain.  Cursley & Bond boutique gallery. An independent contemporary Jewellery & Art gallery in the heart of Folkestone’s Creative Quarter, near the harbour.


“Beyond the Blue” exhibition from 7th July 2017
Gill Wing Jewellery,182 Upper street, Islington, London, www.gillwingjewellery.co.uk     

“Beyond the Blue” is a special exhibition for Gill Wing as it our first ever open call. We chose the theme of “Blue” due to it’s rich history as the colour of luxury and mystery. Blue is a colour that captivates the imagination, for dreaming, escaping and submerging oneself in another world. A colour once more precious than gold, blue pigment was highly prized as a status symbol where owning artwork in this shade was an open display of wealth. The original ultra-marine pigment (meaning, “Beyond the sea”) was only achieved using precious Lapis Lazuli from Afghanistan where its first use was seen in cave paintings thousands of years ago. The natural mineral was so vivid it was thought to be a piece of the sky fallen to earth.