Georgia Harriet has always had an interest for design at a very young age, any area that can have design or an artistic slant to she would be fanscinated by. Georgia studied Fine Art before deciding to follow her passion in jewellery at Birmingham City University.
Georgia enjoys collecting different types of stones. She is attracted to the uniqueness each stone holds. It wasn't long before Georgia had a vast collection, containing a multitude of shapes and colours. The beauty and mystique which accompanies each stone has inspired Georgia to create delicate yet bold, striking unique collections around these.
Georgia works in precious metals combined with beautiful colours and cuts of fine Gemstones. Creating unique one off pieces.
Georgia believes in quality of craftsmanship, unique style, innovative designs and high quality one off pieces. Her designs use precious metals in collaboration with uncut and cut Gemstones, emphasising the natural beauty and sole quality of stones. To enable women to feel confident and exquisite, it is vital that the bold patterns and distinguished designs work together and compliment the precious stones used. The end product of the idea is to have created iconic, inspirational and elegant statement pieces.
Birmingham City University, School of Jewellery
September 2012 - 2013 : Jewellery and Silversmithing BA Design for Industry
September 2010 - June 2012 : Higher National Diploma Jewellery and Silvermsithing
Brooklands College, Surrey
September 2007 - 2009 : Art and Design BTEC National Diploma
September 2007 - Fine Art A Level
May 2013 - Awarded bursary from William Dudley Trust.
March 2013 - Commendation for Goldsmiths craftsmanship and Design awards.
June 2013 - New Designers at the Business Design centre Islington, London
June 2013 - Graduate Show at the School of Jewellery
March 2013 - Designs exhibited at Goldsmiths Hall in the annual Craft and Design Awards.
November 2012 - Charles Green Exhinition at The School of Jewellery
June 2012 - School of Jewellery end of year show
June 2010 - Contemporary Jewellery Cat Walk Show held at the Boiler House on Brick Lane, London.
January 2010 - Exhibition called 'Watch this Space' at Parker Gallery on Commercial Street London.