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Ernie was born on the 11th. March and attended the Moseley School of Art between Following his MSA years Ernie trained as a silversmith and jewellery designer.
His early years were signwriting apprenticeship adelaide as an apprentice at Payton and Peppers, in Birmingham, where he remained for several years, acquiring skills and experience.
In he started his own business, undertaking commissions from Deacon and Francis. Ernie taught and lectured on Gem Setting and enthusiastically passed on his knowledge to students in Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham.
A very gifted craftsman, his knowledge and skill took him to Goa, in India, and Afghanistan where he went as a consultant offering advice on the setting up of emerald mines.
His work also took him to Belgium and then Switzerland and he helped set up jewellery manufacturing centres in India. Foreign influences and travel experiences could often be seen in his work.
Ernie also visited Russia on business and he was commissioned to work in Switzerland and the Diamond Centre in Antwerp.
His home base was in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where he spent many years of his working life. He then, however, set up a workshop at his home and offered consultancy advice, for another nine years, right up to his death in January Ernie was also a gifted performer and singer in amateur dramatics and his portrayal of the character Fagin, from Oliver Twist, was said to be equal to that of the best in show business.
A charismatic man who was extremely well liked by all those with whom he came into contact, Ernie had an enviable outlook on life and was well known for his sense of fun and humour. A kind man with a generous heart coupled with a great love for his family and friends, this sustained him and those close to him throughout the health problems he endured in later life.
A very highly respected man, Ernie will be greatly missed by family and friends. Throughout his long career as an industrial designer, he improved the aesthetics, design, ergonomics, and functionality of products we see and use in our everyday lives.
For instance, while designing switch plates for Crabtree, in the 's, he created the shaver outlet icon which is now the national symbol seen in every bathroom across the UK, and beyond. Robin was an active member of the Birmingham Inventors Club and enjoyed contributing at meetings and attending functions and events.
Bell-ringing was always an enthusiastic focus and he rang bells at Holy Trinity Church, with the St. Martins Guild, and as a visitor at bell towers across the UK. After retirement Robin applied his model making skills to Fine Art.Starting with an apprenticeship in signwriting, I’ve worked in the trade here in Adelaide for 30 years, in various capacities and various streams of the trade.
In recent years I’ve been doing metal fabrication for the trade, as well as some fencing & gates, and other small metal fabrication projects. Apprenticeship on offer for a very busy sign business in East Brisbane. The successful candidate will be put through an apprenticeship with TAFE QLD and trained.
Welcome. Starting with an apprenticeship in signwriting, I’ve worked in the trade here in Adelaide for 30 years, in various capacities and various streams of the trade.
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View all our vacancies now with new jobs added daily! PETER DONNELLY We have been informed by Tony Light, Year Representative for that Peter, a successful photographer and former pupil at the Moseley School of Art between and passed away on the 21st.
December following a long battle against cancer. A very well attended service was held at Stourbridge Crematorium on the 4th.