Emma-Kate Francis

Emma-Kate Francis Jewellery

After graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2002, with an MA in silversmithing, Emma-Kate Francis Jewellery began in London, by setting herself up in a workshop Clerkenwell, London.
In 2008 she left the hustle and bustle of the city and opened up a beautiful studio and gallery in the small Welsh town of Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Emma-Kate creates her stunning jewellery using freshwater pearls and sterling silver and takes inspiration from periods of design history that respected a timeless and elegant look.
In 2009, she was commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum to design a range of pewterware, inspired by Archibald Knox which was launched in January 2012. She has also won the Gold award for jewellery in Craft & Design Magazine Awards.

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