Oct
05

Noor Fares x Flavie Audi Superlunary Mala Bead necklace, 2018 14K White gold, dichroic glass; natural rock crystal necklace Unique piece Signed Available in pink and blue

Fin Ray (gold drops)

Sep
30

John Moore Fin Ray (gold drops), 2019 18kt yellow gold, sterling silver, silicone, rubber, steel magnets necklace 13 x 7 cm Unique John’s fascination with fish and their movement is captured here in a series of necklaces, shaped and articulated like the fin of a ray.  

Hyperion pendant

Sep
29

Giorgio Vigna Hyperion, 2020 pendant in ground Murano glass with yellow gold liquid, oxidised silver granulation also on the reverse 8 cm diameter Unique

Hyperion pendant

Sep
29

Giorgio Vigna Hyperion, 2020 pendant in ground Murano glass with yellow gold liquid, oxidised copper granulation also on the reverse 8 cm diameter Unique

Hyperion pendant

Sep
29

Giorgio Vigna Hyperion, 2020 pendant with lamp-worked Murano glass, white gold leaf, oxidised silver granulation also on the reverse 8,5 x 6,5 x H 1 cm Unique

Segmenti necklace

Sep
29

Giorgio Vigna Segmenti, 2020 13 elements, 10 segments in oxidised silver and 3 in 18kt yellow gold with suspended stone in oxidised silver necklace Length approx 48 cm, extension 10 cm Unique Signed

Vortice II

May
12

John Moore Vortice II, 2020 Blackened silver, diamonds, silicone, magnets necklace Internal diameter 11.5 cm ; height 3 cm ; length 7.1 cm Unique, Signed Made over a three month period and completed last week, Vortice II is the second in a series of necklaces sharing the same pointed shape. Whilst Vortice I was set with a large citrine, Vortice II presents a vertical row of diamonds set in 18ct gold. 164 silver discs radiate out from the neck. They seamlessly increase in length to form a point at the centre. The specially engineered silicone core allows the necklace to flex freely in all directions and mould comfortably to the wearer. It can be worn flat against the body or turned up at the back to create a twist towards the front. The clasp is comprised of 53 separate components. It is secured by a hidden slotting mechanism and magnets that draw the two halves into alignment. Vortice II is a typically bold statement from John Moore. The shape represents a pair of wings, gently encircling the neck. They are the wings of an angel or guardian, shielding the wearer from harm.  They symbolise freedom, love and protection. The V shape […]

Nidi (Nests)

Mar
27

Sissi Nidi ( Nests), 2019 18kt gold thread brooch with ruby, sapphires, diamonds and emeralds 9 x 9 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 […]

Profil

Dec
11

Jean Cocteau Profil, 1961/62 circa 28kt gold brooch/pendant 29 grams circa; 5.7 x 4.7 cm Edition of 50 Ref. 1493 Atelier Hugo Editions The wearable art collaboration between François Hugo and Jean Cocteau began in the 1960 and led to a collection of sculptural pieces that were born out of Cocteau’s prolific collection of drawings. Together, they went on to create a total of 13 jewellery pieces, some in 23 carat gold and others in 18 carat gold and adorned with precious stones. Many of Cocteau’s designs are of human profiles and mystique creatures, inspired by ancient civilisations and astrological symbols. In 1961 the pieces were exhibited at the International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery in London.  Combining the sobriety of a 23 carat gold with other more linear pieces in 18 carat gold encrusted with precious stones, the pieces encompass Cocteau and Hugo’s artistic vision.  

Taureau

Dec
11

  Jean Cocteau Taureau, 1961/62 circa 23kt gold pendant 56 grams circa; 11.6 x 7cm Edition of 50 Ref. 1491 Atelier Hugo Editions The wearable art collaboration between François Hugo and Jean Cocteau began in the 1960 and led to a collection of sculptural pieces that were born out of Cocteau’s prolific collection of drawings. Together, they went on to create a total of 13 jewellery pieces, some in 23 carat gold and others in 18 carat gold and adorned with precious stones. Many of Cocteau’s designs are of human profiles and mystique creatures, inspired by ancient civilisations and astrological symbols. In 1961 the pieces were exhibited at the International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery in London.  Combining the sobriety of a 23 carat gold with other more linear pieces in 18 carat gold encrusted with precious stones, the pieces encompass Cocteau and Hugo’s artistic vision.   Profil Necklaces / Pendants, Brooches 6 Taureau Necklaces / Pendants, Featured 8