Unique sculpture and jewellery, handmade in London by artist, Madeleine Marsh
All items are one-off, or made in strictly limited numbers. I also undertake commissions in both jewellery and sculpture for birthdays, weddings and special occasions. Prices range from £45 upwards. Contact me for more information and purchasing details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Madeleine Marsh is an artist specialising in jewellery and sculpture. Each piece is handmade in London. Madeleine also makes works on commission - unique sculptures or jewellery specifically created for the recipient. Madeleine's work typically tells a story and often has a sense of humour. Designs draw upon her experience as a writer and broadcaster specialising in Art and Antiques. In every medium, works by Madeleine Marsh express a love for life.
A huge thank you to Savile Row magazine for their mention of Madeleine's Madlark cufflinks!
When it comes to refinement, certain things are not immediately evident. Take a pair of cuff links, for example. For the most part, relatively hidden beneath an expertly cut sleeve unless you are shooting too much cuff (French/Double only, please) they should be a constant reminder of your judicious choice..
We are delighted to have received a glowing review of Madeleine's jewellery in the latest Out&About magazine.
Madeleine Marsh is a passionate and creative woman. Often seen down on the shoreline of the River Thames in Chiswick and Hammersmith, eyes down looking for interesting bits of broken pottery in the mud, many of her distinctive pieces of jewellery and sculpture are inspired by history.
In much of her jewellery she literally brings history to life by taking a bit of blue eighteenth-century blue and white chine, or some Roman coins or sea-washed glass, and making them up into unique necklace and earring sets mudlarked (or 'Madlarked' as she calls it) from the river, which tell a story about how we used to live.
ARTISTS AT HOME exhibition 2018
As part of the Artists At Home open studios, Madeleine will be exhibiting her jewellery and sculpture at 3 Iffley Road, Hammersmith, W6 0PB. Come and join her!
Friday 15th: 6pm - 9pm (including live music!)
Saturday 18th: 11am - 6pm
Sunday 19th: 11am - 6pm
ALL WELCOME - FREE ENTRY!
IDENTITY exhibition at Espacio Gallery 2018
Happy New Year. If you are round Bethnal Green, Brick Lane, or Shoreditch in the next couple of weeks, banish those January blues and drop into the Espacio Gallery.
It's a mixed show of painters, potters, sculptors and jewellers. It would be lovely to see you there.
Dates: 3-14th Jan 2018
Private View: Wednesday 3 Jan 6-9pm
Times: Open Daily 12-7pm
The Gallery will also be open in the evening of Jan 4 as part of "Whitechapel First Thursdays".
The GROVE CHRISTMAS FAIR 2017
Sunday 10th December (11am-5pm)
Want to find the most unusual presents in West London?
Madeleine is exhibiting with five other talented local artists, upstairs at The Grove Bar and Restaurant, 83 Hammersmith Grove, W6 0NQ
JEWELLERY, SCULPTURE, CERAMICS, PRINTS, TEXTILES, FOSSILS, SURPRISES!
Come and join us - we have live music from midday
ANGEL CHRISTMAS FAIR 2017
Saturday 2nd December - Sunday 3rd December (11am-6pm)
Preview Evening: Friday 1st December (5pm-9pm)
"The Other Ariel"
Lifesize mermaid created for the exhibition
All That Remains: The Sinking of the Titanic
Friday 16th June, Saturday 17th June and Sunday 18th June 2017: Artists At Home exhibition - 14 Kilmarsh Road, Hammersmith W6 0PL
As part of the Artists At Home open studios, Madeleine will be exhibiting her jewellery and sculpture at 14 Kilmarsh Road, Hammersmith, W6 0PL. Come and join her!
Friday 16th: 6pm - 9pm (including live music!)
Saturday 17th: 11am - 6pm
Sunday 18th: 11am - 6pm
ALL WELCOME - FREE ENTRY!
Saturday 6th May 2017: Makeup and Monarchy lecture at Kensington Palace
As part of the exhibition “Diana: Her Fashion Story”at Kensington Palace, Madeleine will be lecturing on Makeup and Monarchy on Saturday 6th of May 2017. The talk will be taking place in Queen Victoria’s bedroom no less, and Madeleine will be bringing examples from her own collection of Vintage cosmetics to show how royalty and the rest of us put on a face across the decades.