Victoria Mason is a Melbourne based jeweller whose current collections reflect a love of nostalgia and family crafts as well as a keen understanding of different jewellery techniques.
She shares affection for ordinary house-hold items with one of her favourite artists, the late Howard Arkley, whose reinterpretation of familiar suburban scenes and objects show a similar reference to Australian domesticity. Miniature teaspoons as earrings, a pencil sharpening pendent or a tape measure curled into the shape of a heart are created in silver and sometimes take months to complete.
Her many years as a jeweller has seen her study a Bachelor of Visual Arts at SCA, complete a Jewellery Apprenticship & Gemmology.
Victoria currently works from a light filled studio in Fitzroy, Melbourne, where this range is created.
Victoria's studio is at Suite 5, 19 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy and is open on Fridays between 11 and 5 and Saturdays between 11 and 3 (other times by arrangement). Contact the studio on 03 9419 6707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org