Part of the ‘Urban findings’ collection.
Inspired by my urban environment – bricks, blocks, pipes, stacks and random clusters of materials – the cluster pendant part is assembled in a random manner and the one you will receive will differ slightly from the one in the picture as no two pendants are alike. It’s a small 3D sculpture with a homage to the Bauhaus creations of the artist Max Bill.
The cluster necklace is available in polished Sterling Silver (I will be adding a polished brass version soon) and hand fabricated in my London studio using Sterling Silver wire. It moves freely on a slinky snake chain which is finished with a Sterling Silver clasp.
Due to the handmade nature of this item, each piece is unique and variations of the composition are encouraged and considered part of the beauty of the design.
Measurements: The pendant is about 15mm long and wide and about 8mm deep.
The necklace chain length is standard 16 inch.
|Dimensions||1.5 × 1.5 × 0.8 cm|
Sterling Silver naturally oxidises and tarnishes with wear and contact to air and water. It can always be returned to the original colour and shine. The best way to keep the necklace bright and shiny is to wear it often and to store it in its box when not used.
I get most of my inspiration from my environment. Walking around Central and North London I am drawn to modern buildings, grids and structures, graffity and even building sites. The elements that I find interesting are then translated into earrings and pendants with a minimal aesthetic.