Necklace (1)

Gaskin, Georgie Cave

The Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum

Arthur and Georgie Gaskin were a husband and wife team known for their Arts and Crafts style jewellery. They had both studied at the Birmingham School of Art and went on to establish a workshop which was admired for producing elegant, hand-made pieces in a city geared to the machine-production of jewellery on an industrial scale.

Describing how they worked, Georgie wrote ‘I did all the designing & he did all the enamel, and we both executed the work with our assistants.’ Between 1902 and 1924 Arthur was also head of the Birmingham School for Silversmiths and Jewellers, a position which encouraged others, like the maker of this necklace, to be inspired by their work.

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  • Title: Necklace (1)
  • Creator: Gaskin, Georgie Cave
  • Date Created: 1897/1906
  • Location: Birmingham
  • Physical Dimensions: Height: 16.5 cm, Width: 15 cm, Depth: 0.8 cm
  • Medium: Silver openwork decorated with enamel and set with cabachon moonstones in gold collets

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