Stephen Webster, the London-based contemporary fine jewelry brand established in 1989, is known for its powerful aesthetic and its instantly recognizable collections. At the heart of Stephen Webster is a respect for traditional British craftsmanship and gold-smithing.
Goldstruck: A Life Shaped by Jewellery sets luxurious imagery of a lifetime's work alongside an honest and often comically autobiographical account of Stephen's career in the jewellery world. The book is a lavish collation of Stephen's personal and professional life, encompassing material such as photography by Rankin and Amelia Troubridge documenting his coveted collections, intricate sketches and designs that convey a fascinating creative process, and archival imagery including magazine editorials, advertising campaigns and intimate photography from Stephen's personal collection. Alongside such visual opulence, a foreword by Tracey Emin and a host of candid and personal recollections from luminaries of the worlds of art, entertainment and fashion, Stephen charts his career from the first steps of enrollment upon a jewellery - making course at his local college in Rochester, Kent to his rise to international recognition.
12 2/5" x 10 1/5"
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