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

Maria Sole Ferragamo Not a Knot, 2018 Suede leather and gold foil earrings   Working with the idea of upcycling leftovers of high quality materials, Maria Sole Ferragamo re-invigorates and gives birth to new incredible collections of unique leather jewellery. The artist is surrounded by endless creativity and a great awareness to materiality and craftsmanship, often resulting in works that present such authenticity to her sustainable values. Bold, contrasting, and experimental with colour, her wearable works of art become a testament to the new generation of art and design that thrives off of sustainability without depleting her innovative streak. Not a Knot is carefully designed defined and bold, demonstrating Ferragamo’s eagle-eyed attention to detail and materiality.  Ferragamo incorporates that expressive, painterly quality to the design of the earrings that makes them bright, colourful, and visually striking. There is a beautiful engagement with how the material sits on the wearer, as there is a intricate mark making in tandem with the geometric negative spaces created, making this  a modern and versatile addition to the wearer.    

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 Signed The SUPERLUNARY collection is a demonstration of incredible craftsmanship of Flavie’s investigations of Cultural Geology, her inventive term to express the sciences linked to the human experiences and the celestial; and in tandem with Noor’s minimal aesthetic of wearable art that are fundamentally rooted in Vedic astrology, channelling that talismanic spirituality and protection through sacred symbolism and geometry. Each piece displays an incredible cosmic quality to them. The fluid geometry of the synthetic resin forms these cloudy crystals, moulded by a 3D printer, are adorned with artificial and natural precious stones, each stone needing the highest level of craftsmanship in order to cleave and carve them. Evoking the talismanic nature of spirituality in combination with the human processes, these pieces embody a vivacious energy, they evoke that artificial and natural ambiguity that is perceived through digital screens, and the cosmos in the sky, where the human touch meets both worlds. Each and every piece of the collection manages to glow upon the human skin when worn in such vastly unique and beautiful ways. The materials of the […]

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 and signed With an artistic focus of anatomical study in relations to environmental elements, the artist brings forth new ways to interpret jewellery, as the work of art then transforms into a second skin of light and gold for the wearer. Sissi interlaces the symbolism of the bird’s nest with the anatomy of the human body by having the entire project completely handmade by herself, creating an ornate ring, a pair of earrings, and brooches that re-transforms into pendants. These embellished, yet delicate pieces act like sculptural works of her own. Carefully interwoven and welded with gold and silver threads, decorated with precious gemstones, Sissi’s contemplative process re-imagines a sculptural piece of art to work in tandem with the single wearer. It was pivotal to Sissi that she was personally involved with the crafting of Nests. Her hands-on experiences reflected in the handcraft deeply incorporates her conceptualisation of the delicate works of art as an extension of herself and of the wearer. Nests draws its symbolism from natural nests which provides a safe place and is transformed into a second skin of golden threads. Her compassionate characteristics […]

Butterfly Wings

Sep
26

Ania Guillaume Butterfly Wings, 2018 Titanium earrings 5.7 x 1.8 cm Unique   Butterfly Wings is an exemplary series of Guillaume’s examination of elements of the natural environment, translated into wearable art. 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 intricate dialogue between the wearer and nature. Known for their fragility, the delicate attributes of butterfly wings are juxtaposed in its materiality. Casted from delicate carvings into thin wax, the titanium wearable pieces of earrings and necklaces still play with our perception to materiality, as the incredibly lightweight jewellery pieces gleam in their chromatic spectrums. Feminine and beautiful, these reflections of elements of nature become an elegant statement piece to our everyday fashion.