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Veronica Roden

Veronica Roden is a contemporary Irish jewellery designer based in Aughavannagh, Co. Wicklow. Having trained as a goldsmith in Kilkenny under the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI), Veronica now has her own workshop and studio. She focuses on the creation of individual pieces, her work is handmade, using precious metals, diamonds and gemstones.










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Background

Veronica attended the Alchimia School of Contemporary Jewellery in Florence, Italy, before completing her training at the DCCoI in Kilkenny where she graduated with distinction.

This highly skilled formal training has
enabled Veronica to create unique pieces of contemporary jewellery which are imbued with an inherent sense of individuality. Her designs are informed by the nature of the materials with which she works, as well as being driven by
the surroundings in which they are created.












Aquamarine and 18ct gold necklace. Blue sapphire and 18ct gold drop earrings.
Aquamarine and sterling silver necklace. Blue tanzanite and 18ct gold ring.
Heather in the Wicklow Mountains.
Rose bush in bloom in County Wicklow.
A stream in the Wicklow Mountains.
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Above: Aquamarine and 18ct gold necklace. Blue sapphire and 18ct gold drop earrings.

Above right: Aquamarine and sterling silver necklace. Blue tanzanite and 18ct gold ring.




















Materials

Veronica works with precious metals and
a wide variety of ethically sourced gemstones, as well as more traditional precious stones such as rubies and diamonds. She uses white gold, yellow gold and silver, depending on the requirements of the client.

Environment

Veronica’s studio, set in the midst of the Wicklow Mountains, provides a significant influence to the style and nature of her work. It sets a distinctive personality and quality to her designs that are driven by the ever changing light and mood of the surrounding landscape.










Rose bush in bloom in County Wicklow.
A stream in the Wicklow Mountains.

Materials

Veronica works with precious metals and
a wide variety of ethically sourced gemstones, as well as more traditional precious stones such as rubies and diamonds. She uses white gold, yellow gold and silver, depending on the requirements of the client.

Environment

Veronica’s studio, set in the midst of the Wicklow Mountains, provides a significant influence to the style and nature of her work. It sets a distinctive personality and quality to her designs that are driven by the ever changing light and mood of the surrounding landscape.










Long seed pearl and sterling silver necklace. Blue sapphire and 18ct gold leaf earrings.
Blue sapphire and 18ct gold drop earrings.
Green tourmaline and 18ct gold pendant.
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Long seed pearl and sterling silver necklace. Blue sapphire and 18ct gold leaf earrings.


















Home
Portfolio
Process
Contact

info@veronicaroden.ie

Blue sapphire and 18ct gold drop earrings.
























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Green tourmaline and 18ct gold pendant.


















































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