Why hello there! Aren't introductions awkward?!

Basically I am a contemporary jeweller based in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. Obviously I am so much more than this... I hate mushrooms, lemon flavour desserts, wasps and my feet. I love tea and biscuits and watching films that are so bad they cross over into genius. But that's not really important right now! What is important is Dr Grace.

In the world of Dr Grace there is nothing that jewellery cannot cure. Drawing out the fundamental issue at the root of each problem Dr Grace provides tongue-in-cheek solutions to everyday issues. The pieces aim to make you laugh, to make you look and to make you think.

So here it is, my graduation collection... TA DAAAAAAAAAA!

 

 

Part of the DR GRACE'S MIRACLE CURE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE Collection.

 

Problem: Melting polar ice caps

Solution: Make-your-own-polar-ice-caps brooches (obviously!)

 

 

Problem: Rising sea levels

Solution: Jewellery that uses it up!

 

 

Check out my website if you want to see more, or search #dr_grace_page on twitter!

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Comment by The Justified Sinner on November 30, 2011 at 11:28am

OK... so what is your favourite bad film?

I'm very fond of "Barb Wire"  - Pamela Anderson - which is bordering on genius, and almost anything by Ken Russell (may he rest in peace) but top of the list for me is "The Brain From Planet Arous".

Comment by Grace Page on November 30, 2011 at 9:42am

Hah you would be surprised how many people want to lick them... which I'm sure is a desirable trait in jewellery! But alas, just tastes like salt. Maybe I should grind up some peanuts and add that in there, then it would be practical, fashionable and REALLY tasty! Mmm peanut butter jewellery...

Comment by 2Roses on November 30, 2011 at 9:34am

Most totally excellent Dr. Grace. Practical AND fashionable... its a MIRACLE! On a related note, are any of these edible...could be a side market for you? And are they safe for pets with children?

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