This enchanting Ancient Stone Wall Necklace’ was inspired by the beautiful loose stone walls around the English countryside, that have surrendered themselves back to nature over the years and become at one with the plant life in and around them. I have represent the exquisite combination of hard stone with soft colourful flora by mixing layers of silver, beading, paper and felt. The pendant is then unobtrusively suspended from a lightweight stainless steel wire. This necklace truly is a piece of glorious wearable art.
To put this one of a kind necklace on , you simply remove the silver end cap and slide the wire through a silver tube in the pendant and replacing the cap.
Pendant length: 12cm
Wire length: 21″
Nature’s Way is a collection of jewellery designed for people who find joy in colour, texture and beautiful things. Each piece is lovingly handmade, totally unique and inspired by my fascination of nature in all its minute detail. I combine beautiful materials to create jewellery that really stands out and will get you noticed.
The design process is as organic as the inspiration. Starting with an idea sparked by what I have seen around me, on woodland walks and at the seaside, each design then blossoms as the materials combine and show me the way. I use tiny glass beads like an artist uses a paint pallet, building up the final picture as I sew each one on individually. This method of working ensures each piece is one of a kind.
Is your purchase a gift? This stunning statement ring will come beautifully wrapped in tissue and placed in a handmade fabric pouch.
Care Instructions: The best way to clean your extra special jewellery and keep it looking it’s best for longer, is to regularly rub the silver over with a silver cloth. The paper has been sealed with a hard wearing clear lacquer , but please remove your jewellery before swimming/ bathing etc. It it does get wet just leave it to dry naturally, do not place it near a heat source to speed up the process.
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Too see a brief description of the making of this necklace please read my blog post : How To – a glimpse into jewellery design 2