Winter Exhibition 2019

Updated: Jun 8



Anne Morgan Gallery

WINTER EXHIBITION 2019

Anne Morgan Jewellery is delighted to present our Winter Exhibition, showcasing collections from an incredible selection of makers and an exciting range of designs.


The showcase opens Friday 15th November and runs until the end of January, making it a perfect place to start your Christmas shopping.


WISH LIST


We are also offering a Wishlist service which means that if you see a piece you just have to have, you can add the item to the Wishlist - so we have all the details to hand when you send your loved ones in to buy the gift. If you are interested in this service, just ask and we can ensure you get exactly what your heart desires this year!


LATE NIGHT SHOPPING


We are open for late night shopping on Wednesday 5 December - as part of Penarth's Late Night Shopping event - so join us to indulge in beautiful jewellery, mulled wine and mince pies.


Discounts will be available in the gallery so don't miss out!



Cara Tonkin

Cara designs beautiful, elegant, bold jewellery for stylish and strong-minded women. Her work marries classic and contemporary design to create unique, timeless pieces. Jewellery that comes to life when worn; intricate, playful and tactile, yet expressing glamour and elegance.


After training at world-famous art school Central St Martins and achieving a First Class Honours degree in jewellery design, she returned to Brighton to establish her studio where every piece is made.


Cara is a lover of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements and is a believer in the philosophy of Art Nouveau: that art should be a way of life. The stylised and symbolic organic forms of Art Nouveau and the streamlined, sculptural and decadent aspects of Art Deco provide endless inspiration.




Cristina Zani

​Following a career in corporate communication, Cristina completed an MFA in Jewellery at Edinburgh College of Art in June 2012. In 2011 Cristina was awarded a bursary that enabled her to study jewellery in Seoul for four months.


Cristina's present work is influenced by the Korean urban landscape, and explores the contrast between modern buildings and ancient temples and palaces of South Korea - combining natural and painted wood with precious and non-precious metals.


After living and working in several countries, Cristina established her workshop in the Lake District in 2012 before moving to her current studio in Edinburgh in 2016.