Artwork for Romayne Curzon
Romayne draws her jewellery designs from nature’s infinite source of beautiful shapes and textures, from the sense of movement you see from dispersing seeds to the patterns found on a forest floor. Leading to those brilliant spontaneous moments where inspiration strikes for a new range of jewellery.
Enjoying the endless possibilities of her chosen medium, creating high quality silver jewellery, rich in etched surfaces, accents of gold and semi precious stones to add depth and colour to her designs.
Honing her style and skills for several years and participating in various craft fairs, Romayne revels in the opportunity to engage with the customers and share her creative process and story behind each unique piece.
Recently after special bridal commissions her work has developed to incorporate essences of the art deco movement, merging these strong geometric shapes with natural lines and textures from our environment.
My product range consists of a variety of sterling silver jewellery, from statement pendants and bangles, to every day earrings and bracelets.
The ability to share my passion for nature and movement through my chosen medium gives me immense pleasure and personal satisfaction.
Romayne Curzon Jewellery
I work from home in my studio and attend a social jewellery workshop once a week.
When possible I enjoy interacting through craft fairs across the country.
BA Hons in Contemporary Art from Hereford College of Arts - 2010
H-Art All Saints, Brockhampton
Art in Penault
Permanent cabinet at Brockencote Hall Kidderminster