Abbie Gaiger, Centrepiece, Zolia Jewellery, Frilly Industries, The JQ Set – Venues 1, 3, 20, 07

Nearest Tram Stop – Jewellery Quarter. Best Bus – 8a/c

If contemporary jewellery in all its forms is what you’d like to see whilst visiting Jewellery Quarter Open Studios then this little mini trail will provide ou with a flavour of what we have to offer and maybe encourage you to look at the other trails and seek out more. A visit to these four venues will see your maker total up into double figures!

School of Jewellery Alumni Abbie Gaiger creates articulated acrylic jewellery pieces hand dyed to enhance the mathematics of each piece. (Steep stairs)
Housed in the workshop of Katherine Campbell Legge, a selection of Centrepiece jewellers and School of Jewellery Artists in Residence exhibit their latest contemporary pieces. (one step into workshop, flat access to courtyard exhibition)
Zolia Jewellery explores the synergy between sculpture and formed metal work. This small workshop gallery takes you beneath the sea, onto the land and out to the stars.
Wax carving as sculpture. (one step and sharp turn into shop)
Frilly Industries make quirky illustrative laser cut jewellery using Bertha the laser cutter and a whole heap of other skills and materials. (steep stairs)
The JQSet is home to a jewellery school where you can learn about the jewellers art, plus a small community of fantastic contemporary jewellery designer makers, oh yes and the cutest dog! (Flat access)

Minutes away from each other but packed full of designer makers a visit to these venues will also see you able to “tick off” part of the Jewellery Quarter Festival music trail!

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