Ursae Ltd. was commissioned to create two sculptures for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, at the site of William Shakespeare’s family home, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of his death in 1616. The sculptures were part of the 5.35million pound redevelopment of Shakespeare’s family home 1597 -1616, on Chapel Street in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The public garden where […]
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Over the last year Ursae has been working on two extremely prestigious sculptures for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Ursae’s expertise in bespoke high end luxury goods, landed them with the task to produce two of the sites most detailed and complex pieces. The sculptures are part of the 5.35million pound redevelopment of Shakespeare’s family home […]
ROYAL COMMISSION FOR AWARD WINNING SILVERSMITH Award winning designer, jeweller and silversmith Ben Ryan recently received one of his most prestigious commissions yet – to design and produce The Perpetual Master’s Badge for HRH The Princess Royal on behalf of The Worshipful Company of Saddlers, one of the City of London’s oldest Livery companies. Ben […]
We just wanted to say a huge thank you to all the judges who picked our design as the winner of the Computer Aided Design section at this years Craftsmanship & Design Awards #JewelleryOscars @GCADC. We are doubly excited to announce that two bespoke products from some of Ursae’s commissioned work were also exhibited at […]
Whilst exhibiting at the Goldsmiths’ Fair Week1 2014, one of our Directors got TV legend Tim Wannocotts expert seal of approval with this tweet! #Barginhunt
We are really excited to announce that we currently have a selection of pieces for sale in Christie’s Auction House, London! The sale is hosting 61 of some of the best silversmiths from the CBS (The Contemporary British Silversmiths Society) and has an assortment of 186 pieces available for purchase ranging from £570.00 up to […]
We are honoured to share some special images from the official Royal opening of the Goldsmiths’ Centre, featuring the Ursae Directors Ben Ryan & Rupert Todd, the Director of the Goldsmiths’ Institute Peter Taylor, Prime Warden Goldsmiths’ Company Hector Miller, Trustee Martin Drew Drury, Dr. Stuart Devlin and HRH Princess Alexandra.