ABOUT ABBY MOSSERI
Abby exhibits at select galleries and exhibitions throughout the UK and is proud to have a piece of her early work archived in the British Museum. Collaborations include 3 collections designed for the Glyndebourne Opera Festival in East Sussex.
An enduring love of travel continues to inspire Abby’s work, with characterful gems carefully chosen during her most recent journey to India.
From her studio and showroom The Makers Gallery of Lewes, Sussex, Abby creates an ever-evolving body of work as well as bespoke commissions – They are modern treasures, made to be loved everyday.
Pieces by Abby Mosseri are designed and made to stand the test of time, though heavy treatment can damage precious metals and gemstones.
Always enjoy your jewellery whilst treating it with due care and respecting its precious nature .
Store each piece of jewellery separately to avoid damage and scratching.
Photography Torz Dallison, Juliet Sheath, Jeremy Johns & Sarah Weal
Graphic Design Nicami Design & Charlie Boize
Web Design Luke Seall
Film Flow Video
Music Richie Crago
Fascinated in the adornments of ancient cultures, Abby references archeological collections, particularly artefacts from Egyptian and Minoan civilisations. Her distinctive work harmoniously blends classical goldsmithing skills with a contemporary, pared-back aesthetic.
Abby’s jewellery life began in London’s jewellery quarter Hatton Garden, where she worked in the trade with a Master Jeweller and gained an appreciation for true craftsmanship.
Following this apprentice-style training, Abby went on to complete a BA(hons) in Jewellery Design at Central St. Martins in London, where she developed and honed in her distinctive design style.