Alternative Wedding Show 2014
13th April - 13th July

Special commission for the great grandson of Sir Titus Salt - an alpaca in silver and 9ct gold atop an antique nail from a railroad built by the Salts family in 1800s in Tennessee!

Special commission for the great grandson of Sir Titus Salt - an alpaca in silver and 9ct gold atop an antique nail from a railroad built by the Salts family in 1800s in Tennessee!
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Sally Cox

Sally’s work takes classical elements and gives them a contemporary twist. By looking at the traditional use of silverware and its style she finds modern ways to interpret these pieces.  Through mixing these inspirational starting points Sally then introduces her love of ironwork and origami. She makes work driven by pure elegant forms reflecting the traditional while being a current piece for any household. By producing functional tableware Sally’s hope is that she can bring something special to the plate, to be enjoyed every day.

Forging is Sally’s main technique, a method of using a range of hammers and steel stakes to move metal into her flowing forms. This combined with a range of fabrication skills means she has an ability to transform metal from its current form into something completely new.

Biographical Details

A Marriage Made in Yorkshire features: Bex BardonElland; Sally CoxBingleyEmily KnightSettle; 
and Cathy SutherlandSheffield. There will be new collections of wedding and engagement rings, tiaras, cufflinks and bridesmaid jewellery by a wide of range of renowned jewellers including Mirri Damer who has recently made wedding rings for Dawn French and Malcolm Morris who created the tiaras for Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare in Love. We will also be having a wide selection of work by other Yorkshire jewellers including Pamela DickinsonDriffield; Adele Taylor, Sheffield; Anthony Blakeney, Leeds; Chris Boland, Sheffield; Angela KnipeScarborough,
and Chris Philipson, Knaresborough.