Since 1987, Chris Idour has been in the jewellery industry. He specialises in jewellery by design, wedding and engagement rings and remodelling. His passion is to create unique designs working hand in hand with individuals turning their own vision into a reality. Chris specialises in working in a mixed media of precious metals and stones using techniques to amplify and create truly beautiful jewellery.
Recently returned to Dunedin, Debra Fallowfield is one of New Zealand's best loved and leading contemporary jewellers. Internationally in demand for her bold, custom "one of a kind" wedding and engagement rings and her highly distinctive style, Debra welcomes visits to her new home and studio in the cute suburb of Port Chalmers, just 20 minutes drive from central Dunedin.
Phone Debra to confirm at time to view her collection 027 201 4835.
Ann Culy established lure in 1995, one of Dunedin's main exhibition spaces for contemporary New Zealand jewellery. The workshop operates as a retail outlet for 30 jewellers and as a gallery running a lively programme of exhibitions.
Dunedin jeweller and sculptor, David Mcleod, and partner Anne Jackman opened Quadrant Gallery on November 9th, 2007. They exhibit and sell contemporary jewellery, sculpture and other 3D artwork from top New Zealand artists.
Rockbourne Gallery showcases costume jewellery designed by Paul McDowell and is located in 298 Upper York Plc. Displayed in movies and the theatre, Paul's hand created pieces are made using french and German stones providing an extensive array of fabulous creations. Opening hours are Tuesday - Friday from 10am-5pm.
Internationally renowned goldsmith & enamellist, Tony Williams combines a European tradition of design and meticulous craftsmanship.He is currently based in Moray Chambers, just around the corner of the Octagon.