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Gift Cards E-mail
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 13:29

Brand new to Autumn 2014 we are thrilled to announce that Sara Preisler Gallery gift cards are now avaliable for purchase!

Looking for that special gift and can't quite decide what to buy? Our brand new gift cards are for you! We have a range of prices to suit any budget; our denominations are: £5, £10, £20, £50. Plus, gift cards can be combined to create more exact totals.

Our gift cards are valid for 24 months from the date of purchase, allowing the recipient plenty of time to decide on which piece they would like to purchase. If the value of the goods purchased amounts to more than the value of the gift card, the difference must be paid by the customer.

Please note that Sara Preisler Gallery gift cards are redeemable only in our Birmingham shop, and are not valid online. The gift card is only valid when all fields on its reverse side are filled out correctly.

If you have any questions or queries, please send us an email, give us a phone call or pop into the gallery and speak to us in person!

 
Winners of the Sara Preisler Award for Realisation of Concept 2014 E-mail
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 15:25

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Sara Preisler Award for Practical Realisation of Concept. This is the second year that Sara has offered this coveted award to the BA students at Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery, and is awarded to the student or students who best express their chosen philosophy or human experience through their collection of degree work.

This year's winners are Francesca Onumah and Lois Freestone, so congratulations to them both!

Francesca Onumah's ornamental objects have been created using traditional silversmithing skills. Their sensitive, textured landscapes act as abstract miniature homes for the memories associated with our environment.

Lois Freestone's series of rings are wearable architecture, containing quartz crystal. These strong, geometric forms contain an imposing sense of place and purpose, despite their small size.

We look forward to having the work of both winners in the gallery over the next few months!

 
The Birmingham School of Jewellery E-mail
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 11:24

It was nice to see so many final year students from The Birmingham School of Jewellery make it down to the gallery in March, where Sara launched this year’s award for Practical Realisation of Concept to the BA Jewellery and Related Products students. Winners will be announced at this year’s private viewing of the students work – good luck chaps!

 

 
Success at The Spring Fair E-mail
Wednesday, 26 February 2014 11:37

The launch of new collections at this year’s Jewellery show, (spring fair NEC), saw Sara Preisler’s 21st year in business start with a bang. Selected for the prestigious Jewellery catwalk at the show, Sara’s new collection ‘Equator’ and best selling collections: ‘Rome’ and ‘Ellipse’ were well received by press and buyers alike.

With a strong presence in the design arena, Sara’s customers are now fast collecting her exclusive designs. More than ever before, limited edition pieces by the designer are being sought and sourced by independent collectors.

The new ‘Equator’ collection will be coming to the website soon, to register your interest in the collection please e-mail Sara at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 
Announcing the Winners of The Sara Preisler Award for Practical Realisation of Concept. E-mail
Tuesday, 25 June 2013 11:55

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Sara Preisler Award for Practical Realisation of Concept. This is the first year that Sara has offered this coveted award to the BA students at Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery, and is awarded to the student or students who best express their chosen philosophy or human experience through their collection of degree work.

The winners are Yuaning Kai and Miriam Mcsorley. Congratulations!!

Yuanying's work explores the relationships between texture and form, utilising silicone rubber alongside powder coated metal to create an exceptional contrast with a sensitive colour pallette.

Miriam McSorely's sculptures explore interaction between the humans and the urban environment by using solid forms that seem to have a life all of their own.

Keep your eyes out! You'll see them in the gallery soon!

 
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