Nikolay Sardamov has been exhibiting his jewellery exclusively with the Roger Billcliffe Gallery since 1999. His work is in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London and he has exhibited his jewellery collections throughout galleries world-wide. In 2000 he won the Grand Prix in New Technologies Competition, organised by the Union of Bulgarian Artists in Sofia.
Intersections showcases his new jewellery design developments, using circles as components to build three dimensional forms using only six different circle sizes. The forms are constructed symmetrically, starting from the centre and adding and arranging the components in different angles to form clusters and layers. The resulting form is a rigid intricate meshwork, using fine wax modelling, casting and fabrication in silver and bronze. He then uses natural, oxidisation and powder coated finishing techniques. Some pieces of his jewellery are set with pearls, smoked quartz, heterozit and onyx.