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Susi Hines

Susi Hines
Susi creates contemporary jewellery using traditional complex constructions, developing her own gold alloys to achieve subtle colour variations in her pieces. She combines these hand made structures with etched and patinated surfaces, different golds, silver, unusual diamonds and other gemstones. 

She has an acute sense of transience and evolution in nature and harnesses this to express metamorphosis, pattern, change and movement in her jewellery.

By smelting her own gold alloys to achieve tiny shifts in colour she is able to ‘paint’ from a palette with metal. She uses this to hand build structures that articulate, creating visual rhythm, repeated motifs and moving forms.

Her jewellery plays on surprise elements - movement or rotation through complex assembly is a key element in many pieces. Her signature Mutabilis Ring Collection comprise opening rings, registered as unique designs with the patent office which allow the centre ring to be changed or worn separately.

She often works to commission and put strong emphasis on engaging with a client through drawings and models before constructing the final piece.
13-14 June MADELONDON Online show
22 Sep-4 Oct Goldsmiths’ Fair, London Online
5-8 Nov Made London Marylebone online


1-31 May Red, Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge MA, USA
26-30 June Handmade in Oxford
1-6 October Goldsmiths' Fair
8-10 Nov Handmade Chelsea, Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London SW3 5EE
Nov-Dec Connections/Conneccioni, ACJ, touring exhibition starting at Goldsmiths' Centre

25-29 April Made London, Canary Wharf
3 May-30 June The Goldsmiths’ Co at Fortnum and Masons including London Craft Week
18-30 May Handmade Oxford
10-12 Aug Handmade Edinburgh
25-30 Sep Goldsmiths’ Fair
4-7 October Handmade Kew
30 November-1 December Made London St Mary’s
8-18 November New York Jewelry Week
8 December- 31 January Nature Redefined, Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, USA

Association of Contemporary Jewellery 20:20 Visions touring exhibition:
14 Jan-12 Mar National Centre for Craft & Design, Sleaford
20 Mar-24 April Sheffield Institute of Arts
17 May-9 June The Goldsmiths Centre, London
7-9 July ACJ Conference venue, Sheffield
11 Sept-23 Oct School of Jewellery, Birmingham
31 Oct-9 Dec Crafts Study Centre, UCA Farnham

23 Feb-19 Mar Byard Art Breath of Fresh Air, Cambridge
2-4 June Made: West Dean Design and Craft Fair
3-8 July 54 The Gallery: Shepherds Market, Mayfair, London W1J 7QX
3-8 Oct Goldsmiths' Fair Week Two, Goldsmith's Hall, EC1
12-15 Oct Handmade in Britain, Kew
3-5 Nov Lustre, Lakeside Arts, Nottingham
30 Nov-2 Dec Dazera, The Exhibitionist Hotel, 7 Queensberry Place SW7 2EA

24-26 June Craft and Design, Henley
16 Jul-29 Aug SCS Summer Exhibition, Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh
17 Sep-5 Nov New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham
4-9 October Goldsmiths' Fair, Week Two
11-13 Nov Desire, Guildhall, Winchester
16 May- 31 Aug Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA, US
11 Jul-24 Aug   Suffolk Craft Society Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh
22-27 Sept      Goldsmiths' Fair
1-28 Sep         ACJ, Brewhouse, Burton upon Trent
7- 31 Oct       ACJ  Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
13-15 Nov         Handmade in Britain, Chelsea Town Hall
16 Nov-12 Dec ACJ Plymouth College of Art Gallery

12-14 Jan: Craft, Earls Court
14-17 Feb: Inhorgenta, Munich
22 Mar-3 May: Unique Wedding Showcase, Tomfoolery, London
1 June-1 Sept: Aldeburgh Music Festival, Snape Maltings, Snape
12 Jul-25 Aug: Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh
17-20 Jul: Art in Action, Waterperry, Oxford
27 Sep-14 Dec: Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
Image 1
Folium necklace of moving leaves Photo Simon B Armitt
Image 2
2 Mutabilis gold opening rings Photo Simon B Armitt
Image 3
18ct gold and black rhodium etched silver Mordicum brooch with diamonds. Photo Simon B Armitt