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Anastasia Young

Artist jeweller and author

London, Greater London


elegant industrial jewellery, narrative explorations, jewellery installations


£75 — £15000


Anastasia Young is a practising jeweller and artist whose work has been exhibited internationally. Her jewellery is renowned for its dark, challenging themes and technical complexity. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, and is the author of The Workbench Guide to Jewellery Techniques (Thames & Hudson, 2010), The Jewellery Materials Sourcebook (A & C Black, 2008) and The Guide to Gemstone Settings (A & C Black, 2012).


Inscribed: The Craft of Cutting Letters at the Goldsmiths' Centre

30 Apr 2019
Anastasia Young will have three pieces included as part of this prestigious exhibition. The Mathildis Coronet (main image, above) makes its debut, alongside a pair of silver brooches which Young has also fabricated and hand engraved. Until 11/7/2019

Stone Setting Short Course in Santiago de Chile

25 Oct 2018
25th - 29th October 2018 Anastasia will be teaching a short course in 'Stone setting: traditional and contemporary techniques' at Walka Escuela in Chile. Supported by the British Council and Escuela de Diseño. http://www.walka.cl/walkaescuela/

The Morley and ACJ Lecture Series: Autonomous Objects by Anastasia Young

11 May 2018
Morley tutor Anastasia Young will talk about her experiences as a jewellery artist. Come and hear her talk about the thought processes behind her work, and how the writing of her technical jewellery books has influenced her own practise.

Available for commissions


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Machina Collection

Disciplines Jewellery
Materials Gems, Precious metal, Recycled

The Lily Holds Firm and other tales

Disciplines Jewellery, Conceptual, Metal work
Materials Precious metal, Gems, Mixed Media, Plastics, Wood, Leather, Metal, Organic Material, Recycled

Bespoke Pieces

Disciplines Jewellery
Materials Precious metal, Gems, Recycled