Melbourne based jeweller, Georgie Harrison, creates jewellery using an amalgam of old and new techniques, sculpted by hand and digitally.

GH jewellery is ever evolving and reactionary, made with an emphasis on process, inventive design and remarkable detail. It is refined and bold, contemporary and genderless, with understated but unwavering confidence in its individuality and quality. Consciousness, quality and sincerity define GH jewellery: personal artefacts as future relics of Metamodernism.

As a designer and maker, Georgie is occupied by ponderings of the changing definition of 'handmade' in a world of exponential technical growth and what place traditional practice holds in this age of fast paced industry and new aesthetics. She creates pieces with enduring style and craftsmanship, crafted by hand and tech using a combination of digital and traditional methods.

Georgie is fascinated by the use of new technologies in art and design, particularly when it finds its own visual signature in physical form; like the maker leaves their mark, as does the machine.



Georgie acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, Traditional Custodians of the land on which she lives and works, and pays respects to their Elders past and present. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.