The annual jewellery showcase in the run-up to Christmas (and beyond) features a huge selection of pieces for sale by European designers. Dazzle is the oldest and largest exhibition of contemporary jewellery in Europe, and as one of its key aims is to discover and promote new talent, you can be sure of discovering fresh approaches to the medium among the thousands of pieces on display. This year's exhibition features the 'Dazzle Specials' section, with work by silversmiths and printmakers and a section dedicated to accessories and gifts for men. Newbies in the field include Justine Richards, whose work is informed in part by an interest in the Russian mafia, and new graduate Deme Wolfe-Power, whose work incorporates ethically sourced taxidermy –such as a roadkill crow.
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