Jacqueline Stieger

Jacqueline Stieger studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art and in 1959 received the Royal Scottish Academy Award.
She now works as a sculptor, jeweller and medallist. Most of her pieces are cast in gold silver or bronze, using the lost wax technique. The scale of her work varies from large pieces of sculpture to small intricate jewellery, ranging from public commissions, work for universities and churches, to private commissions for individual clients. More details.

Tel:01482 631207

"I do most of my own casting, a part of the making process which fascinates me, and the continuous path of creating forms with drawing, modelling and materials which fit their context, is the challenge that forms the basis of my work."



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Silver bracelet with Crysophrase & Lapis Lazuli
"Queen" pendant in Gold, Moonstone and Pearls.
Sculpture "On Light and Line"
Cast Silver cutlery
Gold "Charcoal" brooch with diamonds
"Peacock" bracelet in Silver, Gold and Tourmalines