Anastasia Young is a jewellery artist, author and lecturer, whose work has been exhibited internationally. Young’s eclectic jewellery is often project based and driven by a combination of ideas and technical investigation. Examples of her work are held in the permanent collections of the Science Museum, London and Central Saint Martins Museum.


 

The Mathildis Coronet by Anastasia Young for The Lily Holds Firm

The Mathildis Coronet. Bangle, 2017.

Sterling silver, 18ct gold vermeil, antique garnets, pearls.

Diameter at base 7 cm; height 4.5 cm.

Photo Credit: Lindsay Cameron

 

 

Measuring Device Rings by Anastasia Young Jewellery

Measuring Device, function unknown. Rings, 2015.

Sterling silver, 24ct and 18ct gold, garnet. 3.5 x 2.5 x 1.0 cm

 

 

An Acoutic Seta Brooch by Anastasia Young

Fig 55  - An Acoustic Seta. Brooch, 2013.

Silver, 18ct gold, antique (reclaimed) ivory, stainless steel, gold leaf, cat's whisker, 5 x 2.5 x 1cm. 

 

 

Trophy Wife Trophy by Anastasia Young

Trophy Wife Trophy, 2012.

Silver, 18ct gold, diamond, moonstone, horn, epoxy resin; 7.5 x 4 x 3cm.

 

 

Chain Dentata by Anastasia Young

Chain Dentata, 2011. 

 24ct gold vermeil on silver, garnets, porcelain crowns;  Length 1 metre.

 

 

Music Box Ring by Anastasia Young

Music Box Ring, 2008.

18ct gold, rubies, sapphires, ebony; 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 cm

 

 

Music Box Ring by Anastasia Young

Music Box Ring, 2008.

18ct gold, rubies, sapphires, ebony; 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 cm

 

 

10 Ring by Anastasia Young

'10' Ring, 2004. (Machina Collection)

Sterling silver, 18ct yellow gold, rhodolite, sapphire; 3.5 x 3.2 x 1.5 cm