About Angela Cork
Angela Cork is an established London based company, designing and making a wide range of contemporary silverware and Jewellery. Traditional hand made methods are used to create beautifully crafted objects of modern design. Angela’s work is original, distinctive and easily recognisable. Her ethos is to produce elegant and sculptural work that is also functional and well considered. Her aesthetic of elegant lines and purity of form produce objects both tranquil and complete in their nature. The work has been shown extensively in many prestigious galleries and exhibitions and is desired by many private collectors and public collections including The P&O Makower Trust for the National Museum of Wales, Birmingham Museum & City Art Gallery and The Goldsmiths’ Company.
She has worked to commission for a variety of clients including The Financial Times, St Johns College Cambridge and The Vineyard Restaurant in Newbury. Over the years the business has developed a strong customer following and Angela has established her reputation as a high-end designer maker of beautiful bespoke silverware.
Craftsmanship and Design
Angela Cork’s silversmithing and jewellery collections are made in her London Studio. Traditional silversmithing skills are used to construct and finish her silver and jewellery and her attention to detail is second to none. Her work is recognised as being exacting and each piece is carefully hand crafted to the highest of standards. All silverware and jewellery is Hallmarked and assayed in London and is stamped with Angela Cork’s unique Maker’s Mark. Bespoke work and commissions are undertaken and items can be personalised on request. Angela also has a range of ‘off the shelf items’ to purchase. Please contact Angela to discuss your requirements and ideas.
NEW: Silver Christmas Card Decorations
A brand new collection of sterling silver Christmas decorations created by Angela Cork. A unique collection of silver snowflakes - affordable precious keepsakes that will appeal to everyone. A present and card in one.
As featured in FT Weekend Magazine, December 2016