Helen Drye is a Silver Jewellery Designer and Maker based just South of York. Her work is inspired by nearby Skipwith Common National Nature Reserve.
Demonstrations at 11am 18th and 26th April
Exhibiting in 2020
Helen Drye is a Jewellery Designer and Maker. She works full time in her business which was established in 2013. Her collections feature the woodland behind her studio, including birds and hares, and her favourite mushrooms and moons. Whilst much of her work is made in sterling silver, some is also designed and carved in silver clay, adding some unusual features to her work. Helen also runs jewellery making workshops and wedding ring workshops.
2a The Old Granary,
King Rudding Lane,
York YO19 6QL
Heading south on A19, pass through Escrick and past right hand turning to Riccall. Take left hand turning with white signpost to Riccall Grange. After 1 mile turn left towards Riccall Grange, then bear right.
Wheelchair access via ramp, plenty of wheelchair turning space. The toilet is not wheelchair accessible.