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Twenty Five - celebrating twenty five years of promoting British jewellery designer/makers

TWENTY FIVE Jewellery exhibition to mark 25 years promoting British jewellery designer/makers

EXHIBITION starts 20th June & runs until 9th September 2019 Twenty five years ago, Terry and Elaine Brett purchased Pyramid Gallery on Stonegate, York, taking over from Ann Dawson and Martin Jackson. The business had been started by jeweller Robert Feather in 1982. In 2008 Terry became sole owner of the gallery. Please scroll down […]

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Allure! Pyramid Gallery’s Jeweller of the Month

Every 4 to 8 weeks, a portion of our front window is dedicated to a selected jeweller who has previously exhibited at Pyramid Gallery. As part of our commitment to promoting the work of British artists and jewellers, we are pleased to be showcasing the work of Hebden Bridge jeweller, Kate Rhodes. Kate is featured […]

Twenty jewellery designers show innovative rings in silver and gold

Ringleaders Exhibition – silver and gold rings by British jewellery designer/makers

Our Ringleaders 2018 exhibition runs from 28th January – end of April. It features a wide range of stunning handmade rings and showcases the talents of British contemporary designer jewellers.   PAMELA DICKINSON has been making and exhibiting her exclusive jewellery to a global market for many years, including Liberty’s, Aspreys & Boodles. Now, choosing to work alone in […]

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by York artist Ruth Claydon

Moth & Magpie – upcycled jewellery by Ruth Claydon

Ruth Claydon – Exhibition starts Sat 26 September 2015 at 11am ‘I have always been a bit of a magpie, drawn irresistibly to anything shiny’ says Ruth Claydon, explaining why she sells her jewellery made from remnants of old and broken jewellery under the quirky title Moth and Magpie. ‘It seemed a fitting name, representing […]