London-based, Lucie Heskett-Brem was born in Lucerne, Switzerland, where she completed her apprenticeship in goldsmithing in 1992. She has since designed primarily jewelry and sculpture using a woven chain technique she developed to create unusually fine chains,resulting in her being known as "The Gold Weaver". Her interest in chains has been lifelong, which, when combined with her goldsmith training, and the use of alloys high in precious metal content-gold and silver, has enabled her to hand make intricate chains that are very supple in nature, a contradiction to the perceived nature of chains. In 2014 she brought together a group of four- herself and three other artist-designers, Ruth Borgenicht... more.

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