Sally Wilcox has been creating her beautiful, elegant jewellery since 2002. Inspired by the delicate forms of flowers and nature, her work also explores her fascination with sculpture and texture.
Sally’s work combines simple elegance with versatility; creating beautiful pieces that can be admired by everybody and worn as a daily piece that accentuates every outfit.
Sally studied at City and Guilds Fine Art College and Central St. Martins where she achieved her BA degree. Although for some years after her studies she worked in the family art supplies business, in 2002 Sally returned to her first love and began making jewellery at the Black Bull Yard in Hatton Gardens.
Over the years her work has achieved much success at such places as Spitalfields Market as well as private shows, and she continues to sell today in London, Cornwall and Brighton.
You’ll find Sally Wilcox jewellery at the 2018 Winchester Christmas market that takes place Saturday 17 November – Thursday 20 December. Sally is there for a limited time only from 3 – 20 December to pick up your piece of jewellery. The market is open Sunday to Wednesday 10.30am – 6.30pm and Thursday to Saturday 10– 8.00pm.
Winchester’s Christmas market is known as a leading Christmas Market in Europe boasting an atmospheric cobbled location, high quality exhibitors (including Sally) and a busy vibrant atmosphere. It is the ideal place to get last minute Christmas gifts and decorations while indulging in the delicious statement Christmas foods including bratwursts and mulled wine! With over 100 chalets to explore you could definitely spend a week here getting in to the Christmas spirit.
Just a 10 minute walk from the Christmas Market, No.79 Tower Street is a beautiful period property with 2 bedrooms and a large modern bathroom. It’s the perfect family home to return to after a day indulging in German Bratwursts, drinking hot chocolates and ice skating. When the children get tired it’s easy enough to call it a day, walk home, spend the evening watching a Christmas film in front the electric fireplace and start the festivities again the following day.