Honey Fungus Cuff BangleHoney Fungus Cuff Bangle

Honey Fungus Cuff Bangle


3 cm
56 gm
Recycled silver

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Honey Fungus cuff bangles are lost wax cast cast in recycled silver. The texture has been imprinted directly from the honey fungus, giving them a very organic texture. They are all made individually so differ slightly; so they are approximately 56g, 30mm wide and their diameter is 62mm, so it can fit most wrists. All of the bangles are hallmarked with my maker’s mark. They are part of my honey fungus collection.

Weight 56 gm
Dimensions 3 cm

The Honey Fungus jewellery collection, was created by casting directly from the rhizomorphs of Honey Fungus (Armillaria mellea). This fungus can have a devastating effect in the garden spreading underground attacking and killing the roots of trees and shrubs. However, the network of rhizomorphs are extremely beautiful with an incredible texture and the resulting jewellery is visually exciting, dynamic, beautiful, and truly individual.
This collection is inspired by honey fungus. The honey fungus is a saprophytic fungus. The jewellery is made by casting directly from the honey fungus and transforming it into stunning silver jewellery.

Cost Time
Mainland UK £7.65 7 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands £.00 NA
Western Europe £.00 NA
Rest of Europe £.00 NA
USA and Canada £.00 NA
Far East / Australia-NZ £.00 NA
Worldwide £.00 NA

Artist Return Policy : This item can be returned.

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.

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Nicky Barton Jewellery

Living and working on Dartmoor has had a positive and profound impact on my work and my aim became to reflect the tactile qualities of the surrounding flora and fauna, within my jewellery making. I began experimenting with transposing these surface qualities by reproducing the textures through casting in silver: reticulating and hammering the surface of the metal and embedding semi-precious stones to reflect the natural colours of my environment. My most recent collection is inspired by the Honey Fungus (Armillaria mellea), I became excited and inspired to use the eye-catching beauty of this pathogenic fungus. This can have a very devastating effect in our UK gardens. However, the network of rhizomorphs that spread underground have an incredible texture and are extremely beautiful. I began to cast directly from these Honey Fungus rhizomorphs, resulting in my visually exciting, stunning and dynamic jewellery collection.

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