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Gresswell, John, b. 1798
Goldsmith and orchardist who was born in England who lived and worked in Perth in mid 1800s.
Flora, , b. 1809
19th Century shell necklace worker and member of the Ben Lomond Tribe of North-East Tasmania. A necklace she made is in the collection of the ...
Allerding, Frederick, b. 1815
Allerding was a jeweller and amateur photographer known to be in Sydney, NSW in 1872.
Flavelle, John, b. 1816
Although he trained as an optician, John Flavelle apparently had the aptitude to earn his living as a photographer, watchmaker, jeweller and general importer. Flavelle ...
Hogarth, Julius, b. 1820
Professional jeweller, smith, sculptor, engraver and diesinker of Danish origin. Resided and worked in Sydney and later Melbourne, is distinguished for his incorporation of Australian ...
Kosvitz, Augustus John, b. 1831
Queensland-based watchmaker, jeweller and metalsmith who produced presentation pieces and jewellery in gold and silver. A former employee of Hogarth, Erichsen & Co., Kosvitz introduced ...
Mason, Frederick, b. 1839
Jeweller who was born Frederick May into a family of jewellers in Birmingham and London and was awarded a first class medal at the 1881 ...
Fouchard, Anthony, b. 1843
Anthony Fouchard was born in 1843. Fouchard was, according to his advertisements, a gold and silversmith, practical watch and clockmaker, and working jeweller. He arrived ...
Cross, Arthur G., b. 1884
Arthur G. Cross was born around 1884. He was a metalsmith, silversmith and jeweller. Cross trained at the Sir John Cass Institute. He contracted tubercolosis ...
Pedersen, Ella Lilian, b. 1898
Ella Lilian Pedersen was a painter, illuminator, illustrator, weaver, potter, leather-worker, embroiderer, jeweller and enameller. In 1941, with Mona Elliott, she founded the Half Dozen ...
Broome-Norton, Jean, b. 1911
A twentieth-century Sydney sculptor and later jeweller. Broome-Norton was a student and later an assistant of Raynor Hoff's. A graduate of the East Sydney Technical ...
Aarons, Anita, b. 1912
Anita Aarons had a diverse career working as a jeweller, sculptor, art administrator, radio commentator, teacher and art editor for an architecture publication, while living ...
Pryor, Aase, b. 1914
Aase Pryor was one of most significant of Milton Moon's pottery students in Brisbane and combined this skill with jewellery design and theatre work when ...
Abbott Roberts, Mary Margaret, b. 1916
Mary Abbott Roberts, who also exhibited under her maiden name of Mary Abbott, was born in Quirindi in rural New South Wales and studied in ...
MacSween, Valerie, b. 1919
Valerie MacSween was a northern Tasmanian maker of traditional shell necklaces.
Mulgrave, Andrew, b. 1921
According to Norman Aisbett, Mulgrave had been taught to engrave by a German guard while he was in a prisoner-of-war camp and this skill led ...
Greeno, Dulcie, b. 1923
Tasmanian Aboriginal shellwork artist born on Cape Barren Island off of the north east coast of Tasmania. Greeno regularly collects shells on the beaches of ...
Sadlo, Alexander, b. 1927
Alexander Sadlo is a modernist painter, ceramist, enameller and jeweller who fled from the Communist regime in post-war Czechoslovakia, migrating to Australia and settling in ...