Harmony Jutle

Jewellery & Metalwork

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Harmony trained at the Hereford college of Arts, graduating in 2009 with a BA hons in Contemporary Applied Arts where she specialised in metalwork and jewellery. After graduating Harmony was offered an 18 month graduate placement with the Alloy Jewellers of Hereford, where she was mentored to create a professional range.


Harmony’s work is influenced by her love of classical literature such as Jane Austen and Charles Dickens’s and period costume, her metal work range uses elements of fabric in the design exploring layering, folding and surface decoration discovered within costume. She experiments with the inside and outside of each piece by creating a contrast between the two by using different surface decoration, either by embossing, oxidising, etching pages from novels, and using embroidery on the metal surface.  She also uses elements of fabric in the design exploring layering, folding and surface decoration discovered within costume. She has experimented with the inside and outside her pieces by creating a contrast between the two by using different surface decoration, either by embossing, oxidising, etching pages from novels, and using embroidery on the metal surface.

  

Harmony’s sculptural metal work ranges from decorative pieces to functional tableware such as napkin rings and candlesticks and works in a range of metals, copper, gilding metal and sterling silver. Her jewellery collection has taken inspiration from her metalwork range she has created a folded silver wearable collection which also includes the use of set semi precious stones. 


Harmony often takes commissions where her clients specify the wording to be etched onto the metal that is personal to them.