Light Artefacts

Dish Artefacts


Molly Perrin plays with research into jewellery and silverware, past and present, to generate jewellery and relating artefacts for today.
As a subject, jewellery is often traditionally both shiny and emotionally charged. We see our relationships with our personal environments reflected in it. I excavate topics around these themes, then work with the language around different process that relate to these concepts; silicon composite carving, screen based artefacts, grains of silver meticulously worked in cad software then individually created out of old silverware.
I’m currently working looking at the resonance between historically innovative artefacts and contemporary developing technologies, interpreting these varied making cultures with light.


Find me showing various projects at events with Moving On.


Digital Soane | Sir John Soane’s Museum, Jerwood Foundation, RCA UK

Scholarship | AlumniRCA 2012/2013

Workshop | Young European Talents | Pforzheim DE
Bursary | Chasing, Repousse, Gold Inlay Masterclass | West Dean UK
Shortlisted | QEST scholarship | UK
Commission | Sir John Soane’s Museum | London UK

Workshop | Goldsmiths’ Company ‘Getting Started’ Postgraduate Business Course

Commission | Jane Austen House Museum | Chawton UK
Bursary | Goldsmiths’ Company Precious Metals Award

1st prize | Architectural Award, Pewter Live | London UK

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