About Sarah Rothe | jewellery & design
Sarah's practice includes contemporary exhibition jewellery, custom pieces, product & design. Over the past five years Sarah has continued to establish a strong jewellery practice in Adelaide, which has culminated in the creation of a brooch given to Hillary Clinton and a neck piece aquired by the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia.
Sarah Rothe is an Adelaide jeweller based in the 'Edments Building' in the heart of the CBD.
Since graduating at the end of 2006 from Adelaide Center for the Arts with a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Applied Design Specialising in Jewellery, Sarah has continued to establish a strong jewellery practice in Adelaide. In 2007 - 2008 Sarah went straight from study into a two year Associate position in the Metal Studio, JamFactory under Creative Director Sue Lorraine. In the same year she also received a residency from the Helpmann Academy to spend a couple months in Jingdezhen, China at the Pottery Workshop. In 2009 she stayed on at the JamFactory as a tenant in Studio 7 before joining Gray Street Workshop for two and a half years from 2010 - mid 2012. Mid 2012 Sarah moved into her own studio and showroom in the Edments Building, Gawler Place, Adelaide. Since then she has created a brooch which was given to Hillary Clinton and a neck-piece from the same collection being acquired by the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
Visit Sarah in her light filled studio and workshop. Browse her current collection and see what she is working on next.
Open by appointment.
View Sarah's current curriculum vitae here, or request further information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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