Sarah King specialises in mixing precious and non-precious materials in jewellery. She has pieces in numerous public collections (including Crafts Council and British Council) and books on contemporary jewellery. She won the Association of Contemporary Jewellery Prize and several Goldsmiths' Craftmanship and Design Awards. She has over ten years' teaching experience and also teaches at Central St. Martins and Morley College.
Creating Jewellery in Wood
In October 2019, Sarah's book Creating Jewellery in Wood was published. Pushing the boundaries of jewellery design beyond metal, the book follows a series of 24 projects and offers readers step-by-step technique guides on woodworking for jewellery. As an introduction to using wood in contemporary jewellery, Creating Jewellery in Wood explores a sculptural approach to the use of this versatile material.