Emma Habbeshon
Emma combines traditional techniques and new technologies to create innovative, sculptural jewellery. She prides herself on her unique, concept-driven designs in which bold shapes are softened by delicate tonality and subtle finishes.

Emma's latest work is inspired by the hidden geometry in nature; micro-organisms, cellular structures and the complex frameworks which hold together the simplest forms of life. Crafted in precious metals and semi-precious stones, each piece plays with the contrasts between the geometric and the organic, exploring qualities of form and surface texture.


Future exhibitions:
One Year On at New Designers, London, June 2015

Recent exhibitions and fairs:

Byard Art Christmas Cracker, Cambridge, November 2014 - January 2015
Made in Clerkenwell at Craft Central, London, December 2014
Clerkenwell Jewellers' Pop-up shop at Craft Central, London, November 2014
Byard Art Summer Exhibition, Cambridge, July - September 2014
Hallmark Salon (Holts Academy Graduate Stand) at Somerset House, London, June 2014


Emma trained at Holts Academy in the heart of London’s jewellery district, 2011 – 2014, having previously worked for many years as a set and costume designer for the theatre industry. Emma produces all her work by hand in her home-studio in North London.

More Images

Image 1
Morphology pendant, silver and 18 ct gold
Image 2
Morphology brooch II, silver and labradorites
Image 3
Morphology ring, silver, topaz, 18 ct gold plate