EVENT: Alister Reid In Conversation - Pearls

On the 5th of August director of Gray Reid Gallery, Alister Reid, will be giving an intimate talk on pearls as a follow up from his July talk on ‘Organic Gems’. In this talk Alister will reveal the secrets of the pearl, stories of significant pearls, buying tips and share his knowledge of pearls which he has acquired in his over 45 years in the fine jewellery industry. A jewellery event not to be missed!

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EVENT: Alister Reid Speaks on The Beauty of Organic Gems

Organic gems are a group of relatively rare and decorative materials that have an animal or plant origin. The most common of these are bone, amber, pearl, coral, jet and ivory, materials produced by organisms that have been cut into gems and other ornamental objects.

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Jeweller Magazine Interviews Staff Member Anja O'Connor About Our Renovations.

Stepping into the Gallery, one may be surprised how very peaceful and inviting it feels, which allows the client to relax and take time to engage. The gallery is fitted with beautiful large arched windows, filtering sunlight through the space. The luxurious gallery space seamlessly reflects how we value excellent craftsmanship, traditions and meaningful connections.

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Festival Of Steve - A Gentleman Engaged in The Art of Jewellery -

For the first time since the festival began, Gray Reid Gallery will be exhibiting a range of men’s jewellery and men’s jewellery ideas where we will inspire then modern man to experiment finishing off his outfit with jewellery!

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Mens Engagement Rings

At Gray Reid Gallery we are not just a retailer but also one of Melbourne’s leading jewellers and makers and over the past few years we have noticed and increasing demand for men’s engagement rings.

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Exhibiting Artist: Monica Szwaja

Originally trained in London, Monica was exposed to many different European and international styles and her work over the years has incorporated classic European gold and silver smith techniques as well as traditional techniques from around the world including enamelling, Japanese mokume-gane, Korean kombu, cuttlefish casting, glass making as well as intricate beading to name a few.

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