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Sarah JONES



Sarah Jones studied history of medieval art at the University of East Anglia before working for the Greater London Arts Association. In the early 1970's they sent her to interview the ecclesiastical silversmith Michael Murray for their magazine, and he insisted that she make something, a ring, which she sold for £12. This inspired her to take part time training with him before renting a workshop next door in Clerkenwell. Camden Lock Market opened in 1974 and she had a stall there for 8 years, and also exhibited at Goldsmiths' Fair in 1975. In 1979 the Queen, who has the world's largest collection of Faberge flowers, visited Goldsmiths' Hall and Sarah was commissioned to make a presentation piece featuring a rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock. She opened a shop in the City in 1980 next to the Guildhall and was so successful, employing up to 8 craftsmen, that she opened another shop in Piccadilly in 1986. Both shops were closed by 2000. She has had many major commissions from Livery Companies and for the Queen and the Queen Mother.

We are always interested in purchasing work by Sarah Jones


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SARAH JONES Silver & Enamel BLUE FLOWERS with BUTTERFLY
London 1986

Height: 11 cm

Original Orrefors Crystal vase


£ 695.00
SARAH JONES Silver Beaker
London 1984

Height: 10 cm
Diameter top: 7 cm

Applied cast silver Mouse climbing Corn


£ 895.00
SARAH JONES Silver Frog
Silver Frog
Sarah Jones
London 1988
Length: 3 cm


£ 98.00
SARAH JONES Silver Ladle

London 1983
11.5 cm
£ 175.00
SARAH JONES Silver Pig Box
London 1985
Height: 3.4 cm


£ 220.00
SARAH JONES Silver Rocking Horse

London 1989
Length: 6 cm
£ 240.00
SARAH JONES Silver Seal

London 1983
3.8 cm 
£ 125.00
SARAH JONES Silver SHERRY Label
London 1985

Width: 5cm 

Amethyst beads linked in chain


£ 295.00