Fraser Hamilton

Born and raised in the Highlands of Scotland, Fraser Hamilton went on to study silversmithing and jewellery at the Glasgow School of Art, where he spent a semester in Hiko Mizuno College of Jewellery, Tokyo before completing his masters at the Royal College of Art, London.

Using the body as a landscape, Fraser creates tableaux of collapsed monuments, remnants of antiquity, and roughly hewn statues. By playing with connotations of material and scale, fragments of history are transformed into personal totems and jewellery is given a sculptural life.

Fraser Hamilton creates a line of sculptural jewelry truly unique in aesthetic; successfully exploring the monolithic on a miniature scale. Each Fraser Hamilton design is hand carved from a single block of wax and then cast in precious metals in Fraser’s studio in East London.