Bromeliad Earrings

Bromeliad Earrings

Jan
16

John Moore Bromeliad Earrings 18kt gold and brown aluminium earrings (reversible) 7.0 cm Unique The namesake of the exotic plant prized for its vibrant, extravagant flowers, Bromeliad continues John’s exploration of the intricate, repeating patterns and textures of nature. Many core themes of John’s work lie submerged in Bromeliad –  whispers of artefacts from Ancient Egypt, floral patterns, the abdomen of dragonflies and other armoured creatures. The articulated components of Bromeliad allow a fish-like shimmer, coming alive in response to your movement.

Elytra Gold and Brown Earrings

Jan
16

John Moore Elytra Gold and Brown Earrings 18kt gold and brown aluminium earrings (reversible) 7.0 cm Unique Oxford’s Pitt Rivers museum hums with the intense, magical energy of its tribal artefacts – jewellery that springs from the natural world. This is where the story of Elytra began. The name Elytra comes from the forewings of beetles. The overlapping structure is reminiscent of the repeating patterns of fish, feathers and plants.

Elytra Gold, Purple and Green Earrings

Jan
16

John Moore Elytra Gold, Purple and Green Earrings  18kt gold and sunset colours aluminium earrings (reversible) 7.0 cm Unique Oxford’s Pitt Rivers museum hums with the intense, magical energy of its tribal artefacts – jewellery that springs from the natural world. This is where the story of Elytra began. The name Elytra comes from the forewings of beetles. The overlapping structure is reminiscent of the repeating patterns of fish, feathers and plants.

Elytra Gold and Sunset Earrings

Jan
16

John Moore Elytra Gold and Sunset Earrings 18kt gold and sunset colours aluminium earrings (reversible) 9.0 cm Unique Oxford’s Pitt Rivers museum hums with the intense, magical energy of its tribal artefacts – jewellery that springs from the natural world. This is where the story of Elytra began. The name Elytra comes from the forewings of beetles. The overlapping structure is reminiscent of the repeating patterns of fish, feathers and plants.

Elytra Gold and Black Earrings

Jan
15

John Moore Elytra Gold and Black Earrings 18kt gold and black aluminium earrings (reversible) 7.0 cm Unique Oxford’s Pitt Rivers museum hums with the intense, magical energy of its tribal artefacts – jewellery that springs from the natural world. This is where the story of Elytra began. The name Elytra comes from the forewings of beetles. The overlapping structure is reminiscent of the repeating patterns of fish, feathers and plants.

Not a knot Earrings

Dec
03

SO-LE Studio Not a Knot, 2018 Suade leather and gold fail earrings  

SUPERLUNARY rotating

Nov
28

Noor Fares X Flavie Audi Superlunary rotating, 2018 Earrings in 18k white gold with Diamonds and Carved Natural and Synthetic Rock Crystal Unique piece Signed The SUPERLUNARY collection fuses Flavie’s exploration into the symbiosis of the synthetic and the natural with Noor’s minimal aesthetic, creating pieces that echo lunar bodies transfixed in a seemingly eternal fluidity that hover between the realm of the real and the synthesised. The fluid geometry of the pieces are created through different processes: hand carved stone requiring high levels of craftsmanship inlaid with artificial and natural gems, synthetic resin that swallows natural stones to form ethereal clouds and silver with resin moulded by a 3D printer. These materials together form an ambiguous juxtaposition through which the lines between the two are blurred. This duality invites the viewer to consider the relative merits of each material. In an era of technological innovation that has seen the creation of flawless, synthetic diamonds, undetectable by man or machine, the work questions the values and authenticity inherent within these materials.

Elytra White, Blue and Red Earrings

Oct
03

John Moore Elytra White, Blue and Red Earrings multi-coloured aluminium and silver hoops 14 cm Unique

Nidi (Nests)

Oct
02

Sissi Nidi (Nests), 2018 18kt gold earrings 9 x 7,5 cm circa Unique Nidi (Nests) is a project entirely handmade by the artist and consists of a pair of earrings and two pendants that can also be worn as brooches or displayed as sculptures. Inspired by the idea of a safe place, these wearable sculptures like the natural nests, embrace the life and the body of the wearer. The gold pendant finds protection over the heart and when worn as a brooch, finds its peace between the branches of the ribs. Manual ability is central in Sissi’s work: she delicately intertwines and welds gold and silver threads with coloured stones and twists hand painted enamelled strips to make a new skin that represent an extension between her work and her body in the space. In the artist’s practise, everything starts from a small element that grows and develops in different forms. This flow take shape from the soul of the artist and is articulated from the body with a potentially infinite form.

Butterfly Wings

Sep
26

Ania Guillaume Butterfly Wings, 2018 titanium earrings 57 x 18 mm unique In sculpture as much as in wearable art, there is a strong perception of the spiritual natural universe. Flowers or animals are designed within the shape of the jewel and, once worn, they create an elegant dialogue within the wearer and nature. The first wearable art pieces were made in 2011 in gilded bronze and later she moved to silver gold plating.