Victoria Mason has made jewellery for over 20 years, starting at Sydney College of the Arts where she completed a bachelor of Visual Arts majoring in Jewellery & Object Design under the guidance of contemporary jewellers such as Helge Larsen, Margaret West & Rowena Gough. After graduation she completed an apprenticeship in Trade Jewellery working under master jeweller Raoul Merten. In 1999 she completed a Diploma in Gemmology, the combination of all 3 studies allowing her to translate ideas into beautifully realised pieces. Since beginning her own jewellery practice in 2002, Victoria has amassed a collection of powerful designs, which tap into those quieter feelings and resonate with a broad spectrum of people. Working in jewellery & small sculpture has allowed her to tell stories through objects, to remind us of times in our own lives that allowed for more introspection, more considered observation.
Materials: copper, vitreous enamel (powdered glass) with nickel-free sterling silver hooks
Dimensions: length from the apex of the hook: 4.5cm, width 2cm