Elinor Lamond British, b. 1957

Elinor's current work, on show here – handmade ceramic beads in an array of shapes and colours, ingeniously linked together to create a collection of unique and eye-catching jewellery, demonstrates her individual and imaginative approach to her craft.


Graduating from Kingston College of Art with a BA Hons Degree in Fashion Design, Elinor Lamond worked for several design and retail companies before striking out on her own. After eight years of running her own shoe design business, Elinor grew disillusioned with the fashion industry and decided to pursue her abiding interest in ceramics. She started making and selling her own work while employed at Liberty, Regent Street, initially on the shop floor and later as buyer for the British Craft Room and the Card and Wrap Department.


Elinor began working at Trelowarren for Cornwall Crafts shortly after her move to Cornwall in 2002. She is now manager of both Trelissick and Trelowarren galleries, as well as CCA administrator and exhibition organiser.