This pendant consists of a simple round silver framework surrounding aluminium and printed acetate set in resin. This Encircle pendant is sold with an 18” box chain. The acetate print is created from hand-drawn images, and is available in gold. Due to the unpredictable nature of the processes and materials used to create the resin surfaces, slight variation may occur within the resin. The framework is available in a range of finishes.
Dimensions: 4 x 16 x 16 mm
Please note that each product is made to order, therefore may take up to 2 weeks to be dispatched.
Oxidised Silver, Polished Silver
All resin items are fully waterproof. Clean silver pieces regularly with a toothbrush and hot, soapy water. Gold plated items can be cleaned carefully with a soft cloth but anything more could potentially take the plating off over time. Polished and plated jewellery should be stored in an airtight box.
Ruth’s geometric work is inspired by the distorted and fragmented reflections within the architecture of her urban environment. Hand fabricated in silver, the simple metal element of this pendant provides a framework for the unique resin surface. Drawing and photography are essential to Ruth’s practice, with hand drawn and digital images -superimposed onto two- dimensional resin and aluminium planes- representative of intangible moments within particular places. Due to the nature of the materials and processes used, each resin piece is one of a kind, and unique to you.
Under the consumer contract regulations, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods.
You could notify us of your wish to cancel the order by emailing us, and then you have further 14 days from the date you notify to return the goods.
Ruth’s contrasting works carefully tread the line between maximalist and minimalist. Her large- scale pieces capture the chaos of interconnecting planes, exploring the intangible and fleeting images which are reflected in the surface of a city. Her ready- to- wear collection also takes inspiration from the urban environment, but in a more delicate, fragile sense. It is evocative of the movement of light across a city’s architecture.
Ruth has been making such pieces since graduating from The Glasgow School of Art’s Silversmithing and Jewellery department in 2016. Each piece is handmade in precious metals and resin, and Ruth now works from her studio in West Sussex, where she continually experiments with new processes, techniques and materials in order to advance her practice, with sustainability at the forefront. Her new work now fully makes use of eco- resin and recycled silver and gold.
Ruth is an avid maker, constantly keen to develop new, innovative work. She also teaches Design and Technology, where her love of making can be shared. Her work is exhibited internationally.
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