Abigail Marsh

Silversmith

  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationFarnham, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsJewellery Designer - Maker

About me

I have a first class degree in Jewellery from the University of the Creative Arts, Farnham. I am a skilled, resourceful and detail-orientated person completing work to a high standard creating exceptional results. I have exhibited my work at Inspired, 2017, as part of British Silver Week and receiving a commission for the Worshipful Company of World Traders as well as being short-listed for the Make Your Mark Awards 2017.

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Skills

  • Jewellery Design
  • Jewellery Making
  • Contemporary Jewellery
  • Silversmithing
  • Soldering
  • Metal Smithing
  • Metal Casting
  • 2D Drawing
  • Metal Work
  • Silversmith

Education

Currently

Ba (hons) Glass, Ceramics, Metal and Jewellery

Farnham UCA

Sep 2015
  • Farnham, United Kingdom
  • Key Skills gained: • A very strong understanding of a broad range of materials and methods. • Analytical and critical reflection on my own work others allowing me to think more broadly with a conscientious approach to manufacturing and designing. • Ability to handle and meet deadlines on time, being organized and focused while retaining a social life. • Advanced problem solving and manufacturing skills. • Accomplished communication skills, both written and verbal, developed through numerous essays and presentations. • Proficiency in all areas of Microsoft Office, including Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. • Proficiency in using CAD software, including Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Rhino

Awards

2017

Runner Up at Make Your Mark

The Goldsmiths' Company

  • Make Your Mark is a competition to allow students to design or make a piece that celebrates the Goldsmiths' Company London Assay mark the Leopard's head. I designed to goblets that had the Leopard head engraved on the stem of the goblets and an enlarged display hallmark on the back of the stems. My submission was hand drawn using graphite pencil and colored pencil to add the detail of gold plating.