Adam Veevers, designer and silversmith since 1991, is of international reputation.
Adam’s background is an interesting one. He grew up in Hathersage in The Peak District and comes from an artistic family, with parents who met at the Royal College Of Art in 1947. He was constantly surrounded by creativity as a child. Then, graduating from Birmingham School Of Silversmithing and Jewellery in 1991 with a BA (hons) degree, he set up his business immediately.
“Initially, working for many years in close collaboration with clients such as Brian Asquith, David Mellor and Robert Welch, also Donnington Park, Alessi and Wedgwood, I learnt how to work with engineering accuracy. I also gained knowledge of unique approaches to design and manufacture. I am fortunate that I have been able to apply this extensive background of expertise to my designs”.
Now with this grounding, and working from his own studio workshop premises in the heart of Birmingham’s world famous historic Jewellery Quarter, he designs develops and manufactures his own contemporary luxury sterling silver products for the dining table and modern home. Adam’s work has an acute attention to detail, with form, function and movement at the heart of his ethos. His past experience shines through in his work whilst he remains loyal to the influence of the north Derbyshire peaks.
“I employ traditional techniques and modern technology, alongside new methods I have developed myself. The resulting work is beautiful and unique, functional, tactile and organic. Simplicity is key, with imaginative and engaging functionality.”
Adam works efficiently and effectively in both design studio and in the workshop, where the drawings, tools and materials speak for themselves. Adam’s products can be found across the globe.
“I believe that well thought out designs and products alongside acute attention to detail can dramatically improve the quality of our lives.”
Contact me directly to purchase from my contemporary collection or to discuss personalised versions, one-offs or bespoke and private commissions.