Annie Holdsworth: Melbourne, Australia

September 1984
Ornament;Fall84, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p45
The article profiles Melbourne, Victoria-based jeweler Annie Holdsworth, honorable mention at the 1984 Ornament Jewelry International Competition. Holdsworth received her Diploma of Art in Gold and Silversmithing from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. She worked for Workshop 3000 for three years. She established her own workshop in the Inner City Warehouse Loft.


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