Nidi (Nests)

Nidi (Nests)

Oct
02

Sissi Nidi (Nests), 2018 Silver threads and hand painted enamel pendant/ brooch 5,5 x 6,5 cm 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.

Tick Choker Necklace

Oct
01

John Moore Tick Choker Necklace, 2010 Aluminium disc, brass, silicone, silver catch with magnets 25 mm Unique

Luminous Silver Chains

Sep
24

SO-LE Studio Luminous Silver Chains, 2018 Leather and silver chains Edition of 20 signed  

BONE NECKLACE WITH MOUTH

Sep
14

Meret Oppenheim Bone Necklace with mouth 2014- design from 1935-1936 18kt gold burnished 21 x 22.5 cm x 44 cm Editions 17 + 3AP Gems and Ladders Edition Meret Oppenheim designed and commissioned the bone necklace with mouth in 1935-36. The original brass prototype is in a private collection, and the necklace is now realised from cut gold sheet. This necklace shows Oppenheim’s ability to collage materials and subjects: at the centre of the defensive row of bones is a feminine mouth. Collage was the perfect Surrealist medium and this piece also illustrates one of the artist’s lasting themes: bones featured in works throughout her career. Take for example her self-portrait of 1964 X-RAY of M.O.’s Skull (M.O. 1913-2000); the x-ray image suggests that the viewer might see the artist’s essence. Meret Oppenheim, however, teasingly pre-empted her own death in the work’s title and hid behind her earrings, rings and necklace, the metal objects that would endure for many decades thereafter. Courtesy of the Artist and Gems and Ladders

Tick Choker Necklace

Sep
13

John Moore Tick Choker Necklace, 2010 Aluminium disc, brass, silicone, silver catch with magnets 25 mm Unique

Vane Red Long Thin Necklace

Sep
13

John Moore Vane Red Long Necklace Aluminium discs, brass, silicone, silver and magnets 65 cm long, 1.5 cm width Edition of 20 per colour

Pectoral Necklace

Sep
13

John Moore Pectoral Necklace  2014 Sterling silver, 23,5 kt gold, silicone, rubber, magnets, steel Unique

Diamond Verto necklace

Sep
13

John Moore Diamond Verto Necklace 2015 Sterling silver, 18ct yellow gold, 29x diamond, silicone, magnets, steel Unique The Diamond Verto Necklace completed in 2015, won four awards in 2016, including the Goldsmiths’ Company Award, “given at the discretion of the Council for exceptional and outstanding design in 2D and 3D”

Ginkgo

May
11

Ania Guillaume Ginkgo 2018 silver and yellow gold plated necklace hand finished and signed 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.

Fossil Necklace

Apr
06

Liliane Lijn Fossil Necklace 2008 silver sulphur, silver matt necklace edition of 8 + 2AP