Jemma Daniels is a multi award winning designer silversmith specialising in the creation of contemporary hollowware and tableware using traditional Silversmithing techniques, including hand raising, forging, chasing and engraving, all utilised during the manipulation of silver.
Jemma’s journey as a silversmith very much began at college in Bath where she grew up. She attended a design crafts course that included fine metals, and it is here that she found her love for the challenges of manipulating metal. From here she moved on to study her BA at Kent Institute of Art and Design (Rochester) under the guidance of Brian Hill and his team of extremely dedicated tutors and technicians. Upon completion of her BA, Jemma attended the postgraduate training course at the prestigious Bishopsland workshops.
This year re-enforced Jemma’s ambition and determination to follow the path of self employment and she relocated to Birmingham in order to set up her practice in the historic Jewellery Quarter. Through out her education and training Jemma has been extremely fortunate to be guided by some extraordinary crafts people, impressing upon her the importance of the traditional hand skills, and that as a maker you should always strive for excellence. The strong sculptural nature of Jemma’s work is intended to