Jewellery designer Andrew Grima takes his inspiration from the twigs and bark he finds in the woods.
Hatch End, London.
Designer Andrew Grima gets inspiration from nature. Various shots as he picks up bits of twig and bark in the woods. Back in the studio he draws designs inspired by them. We see the jewellery being made, a plaster of Paris mould is used and baked so the twig disintegrates, melted gold is put into the cavity with a flame gun.
We see a man adding diamonds to the jewellery and comparing it to the design. Several shots as the chunky jewellery is made and then modelled by various girls.
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