Colour Theory Necklaces – Chamber of Commerce / Guernsey Art Network – October 2021

This set of necklaces were part of the first of rolling exhibition in the Chamber of Commerce headquarters in the inner market in St Peter Port.

We chose a set of our greenery necklaces, all inspired by one of our colour theory essays. We wanted to channel our love of green and how it brings a sense of freshness, growth and life. Perfect for brightening the winter months and inspiring us to walk with a spring in our step. You can learn more about our love of green in the full essay.

A big thank you to the Chamber of Commerce for the display space and Guernsey Art Network for organising.

Blue Opal and Blue Freshwater Pearl Colour Theory Necklace

Three pretty blue opal slabs interspersed with pink glass beads and white baroque coin pearls. Topped off with stunning peacock blue baroque pearls which line the bold colours adding weight and depth to the necklace. This necklace fastens with a handmade sterling silver hook clasp.

chrysoprase and purple freshwater pearls colour theory necklace

Made from five faceted chunks of chrysophase interspersed with purple freshwater pearls with a fabulous metallic lustre. All strung on tiger tail wire which fastens with a sterling silver handmade clasp.

Made from five irregular faceted chunks of chrysoprase. Lined with brilliant pink agates, we love how the bands of agate vary in tone, it adds such a pop of colour. This necklace fastens with a handmade sterling silver hook clasp.