Creating Wooden Jewelry

Creating Wooden Jewelry

20 Skill-Building Projects and Techniques

Sarah King


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  • The first comprehensive guide to working wood for jewelry.
  • Wood is becoming more popular as an alternative to pricier metal—accessible, affordable, a creative medium that welcomes creative experimentation producing highly unique and beautiful finished pieces.
  • “Usage of natural materials in jewelry creation is one the most fast growing trends in handmade jewelry for 2018.” —


Sarah King:

Sarah King is an artist jeweler who works with materials, form and structure to make sculptural, contemporary, yet feminine jewelry. Her work has sold in department stores, design stores, boutiques and galleries, including Barneys, Jeweler's Work Gallery, Tate Modern shop, Liberty of London, The Conran Shop, Aram Gallery, Ally Capellino, The Cross, and EC One. Her one-off pieces are in public collections in the UK, USA, and Germany. She has won many awards such as the Association of Contemporary Jewelry Prize, and features in numerous books on contemporary jewelry. Sarah is one of only 50 international contemporary jewelers invited to show at the LOOT exhibition at the New York Museum of Arts and Design. Sarah teaches bespoke, specialist jewelry classes in her central London studio.