Christine Dwane is an award-winning and widely exhibited jewellery designer, goldsmith and gemmologist. She studied Jewellery Fabrication at the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal and apprenticed with the Swiss-German goldsmith Robert Ackermann. She is also a graduate and member of the prestigious Gemologists Association of Great Britain (GAGTL) and the Society of North-American Goldsmiths (SNAG).
Christine currently teaches courses in jewellery making at the École de Joaillerie de Montréal. She also teaches gemmology courses at the École de Gemmologie de Montréal in Montreal, Quebec.
Always innovating and developing her art, Christine Dwane continues to create one-of-a-kind pieces forged and hand assembled in silver and gold.
Her beautiful blue and silver bangle bracelet, Solitude, (above) was selected in competition for display at the Great White North Exhibition during Art and Fashion Week in Toronto and more recently in Quebec City.
She also was awarded the winning design for the insignia of Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Quebec.
Christine Dwane specializes in working closely with clients to create memorable custom pieces. Her custom ring designs have been mentioned in Elle Quebec.
Also included in her expertise is her striking collection of titanium jewellery inlaid with gold, platinum and silver, enhanced with gems from around the world.
Conscious of the urgent ecological state of the planet, Christine offers all of her work in 100% recycled metals.
Christine's current retail collection is available by direct contact or at the galleries listed below.