Illuminated with natural stones. These are the understated statement pieces great to layer up with as a personal totem or perfect for a special gift.
This delicately coloured green amethyst pendant is set with a handmade setting in silver to designed represent the delicacy of an insects wing, the chain is 33″ inches long with a toggle clasp that fastens at the front and a small purple amethyst at the back of the chain so that it can be worn long or doubled up in the neckline with both stones on display. The silver is then oxidised to a dark gun metal tone to set off the colour of the stones and bring out the detail of the settings.
33 × 1 × 2 cm
It is recommended to keep the item in the box to limit scratching the surface.
Odette Jewellery fuses classical design elements based on my love of industry & nature, with an eye towards modern urban glamour.
Using traditional fine jewellery techniques, each piece is hand crafted to be a personal symbol for the wearer for their own inner strengths.
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.
Evelyn Odette Mulholland’s brand Odette Jewellery, draws on influences from industrial art, architecture and has a special interest in the
science of the natural world.
She believes jewellery is a form of engineering that stems from organic creative processes, it is drawn together with intricate mechanisms and components.
Often sculptural or architectural in feel, they reflect a fascination with industry and nature, the classical and the kinetic.
An interest in biomimicry has shaped her work, often lending static objects movement and meaning.
Evelyn was born in New Zealand but emigrated to Western Australia in her teens. She sat at a jeweller’s bench for the first time when she was eight and gravitated towards the profession, studying Jewellery Design and Construction at university. She moved to London in 1999 and worked in Hatton Garden for 15 years, while also making costume jewellery for designers in Knightsbridge.
She now practices from her workshop in east London.
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