Metal

Our metalsmiths produce a wide variety of designs contemporary and traditional that can be either decorative for within the home or outside. We have several blacksmiths, decorative metalsmiths and a pewtersmith. They work with a variety of materials such as steel, brass, nickel, pewter, brass, copper and silver. #thesussexguild
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The Sussex Guild at Pashley Manor Craft Show
You’ll have a chance to chat to the makers of beautifully handmade ceramics, furniture, textiles, jewellery, woodwork, glass, metalwork and more. Work can be purchased or specially commissioned. See link for full list of makers attending.
Original Crafts for your Garden
Ideas for some original crafts to add to your garden. Make your garden special by adding an original piece of wood, metal or ceramic sculpture. These are from our talented members of the Sussex Guild for more info on makers visit our website. www.thesussexguild.co.uk
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Metalwork at Henfield Craft Show 2023
Sam Wilson predominantly uses cold, hard, linear steel, but by manipulating and controlling it using the flames from the forge, welding and sculpting with power tools, she aims to create pieces that have gentle movement and life.
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Metal Dragonfly by Sam Wilson
A hand made dragonfly created from metal by Sussex Guild member Sam Wilson. She will be showing at the Henfield Craft Show with the guild in April 1-2 2023
Simeon Smyth metal crafts
The inspiration for Simeon's work comes from nature, architecture and geometric forms. I use a combination of hand and machine tools with metals such as copper and brass. The pieces are either patinated using chemicals or commercially plated.
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PEWTER VASE
Our metalsmiths produce a wide variety of designs contemporary and traditional that can be either decorative for within the home or outside. This pewter vase is by Fleur Grenier who is a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Pewterers.
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Pewter Vase
Pewter vase by pewtersmith Fleur Grenier. Fleur uses only lead-free pewter in her work. Her organic, fluid designs range from one-off items to tableware and from cheese knives and serviette rings to desk clocks and vases. All her designs are highly individual in style.
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Metalwork by Sam Wilson
Sam draws with steel, using heat and hammers. Her inspiration comes from the black, sweeping lines of Art Nouveau illustrations, and the structured organic forms of plant life and the natural world.
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Handmade Oval Pewter VaseThe Sussex Guild
Designed and handmade by pewtersmith Fleur Grenier. Fleur completed her M.A. at The Royal College of Art, London, in 1996 and works from a studio in W. Sussex. She belongs to The Sussex Guild and The Surrey Guild and is a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Pewterers. Her organic, fluid designs range from one-off items to tableware and from cheese knives and serviette rings to desk clocks and vases.
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Wall Wings Metal Sculpture by Sam Wilson
Sam Wilson draws with steel using heat and hammers. Inspiration comes from the structured organic forms of plants and the natural world. She predominantly uses cold, hard, linear steel, but by manipulating and controlling it using the flames from the forge, welding and sculpting with power tools, she aims to create pieces that have gentle movement and life
a close up of a metal object on a white background with the words fleur grenier metal
Handmade Pewter Vase by Fleur Grenier
Fleur's organic, fluid designs range from one-off items to tableware and from cheese knives and serviette rings to desk clocks and vases.Importantly, Fleur uses only lead-free pewter in her work, with the result that pieces stay shiny and do not go grey with time as old pewter does.
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Jellyfish Garden Metal Sculpture by Sam Wilson
Metal sculpture inspired by Jellyfish. Sam Wilson uses cold, hard, linear steel, but by manipulating and controlling it using the flames from the forge, welding and sculpting with power tools, she aims to create pieces that have gentle movement and life.
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Dragonflies - Metal Sculpture by Sam Wilson
Metal sculpture of Dragonflies. Sam draws with steel, using heat and hammers. Her inspiration comes from the black, sweeping lines of Art Nouveau illustrations, and the structured organic forms of plantlife and the natural world.
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Borde Hill Garden Contemporary Craft Show | The Sussex Guild
Sussex Guild members will be exhibiting wonderful examples of ceramics, furniture, glass, jewellery, metalwork, print making, textile art, woodwork and more, in marquee pods set around the Azalea Ring. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the designer makers and be treated to spectacular examples of their work. Find out more about who will be exhibiting and booking information by heading over to the Borde Hill Contemporary Craft Show. #thesussexguild #bordehillgarden
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Fleur Grenier- Pewter Napkin holder
Her organic, fluid designs range from one-off items to tableware and from cheese knives and serviette rings to desk clocks and vases. All her designs are highly individual in style, and some of them use other materials in conjunction with pewter such as wood or slate. Recently she has also begun glassblowing, combining another element with her pewtersmithing. The naturally flowing quality of glass compliments the metal and also incorporates colour into her work. #thesussexguild