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Glittering show to mark gallery's first anniversary.

JEWELLERY from ten of Merseyside's most innovative designers went on display at a special exhibition to mark the first anniversary of Wirral gallery Cetra.

Originals works include enamel wall panels by Ruth Hall, multicoloured stones set in gold and silver by Linda Jeanne Jones, and leather and silver tribal inspired pieces by Kate Moult.

Metal worker Dot Rowe used Japanese shokudo and shubuchi techniques, traditionally used to decorate Samurai swords, in her silver, gold, and copper pieces.

Organiser Anthony Wong, of Mersey Jewellers and Metal Artists (MJMAN) used sand, flowers and fruit to display his jewellery in silver, pure gold and brightly coloured plastics.

He said: "The customers were astounded as sometimes jewellery can be very cool, clinical and almost untouchable when displayed under normal gallery conditions."

He added: "The first anniversary exhibition at Cetra has been a fantastic opportunity for MJMAN to show on the Wirral.

"Cetra is unique in the range of high quality cutting edge design art and jewellery that it offers, and the

friendly approach, I am sure is appreciated by their growing band of loyal customers."

The exhibition runs until May 19, at the Cetra gallery and photographic studio in Pensby Road, Heswall. Visit or call 0151 342 7777.

FOR more information about MJMAN, telephone Anthony Wong on 07811 206 617.


Cetra gallery owner Verity Jennings admires bracelets by artist Linda Jeanne Jones Picture: JASON ROBERTS
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 13, 2006
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