Greenery and Purple Colour Theory Necklace

Greenery and Purple Colour Theory Necklace

Greenery and Purple Colour Theory Necklace 2020

This necklace is inspired by two of our colour theory essays – greenery and purple, thay can be found here and here.

amethyst and lavastone necklace

This necklace is made from a combination of raw amethyst chunks and green lavastone beads. It fastens with a handmade sterling silver clasp.

The necklaces measures 21″ long.

We think the little green lavastone beads look just like little peas.  This is why we showed this necklace off on Great British Pea Week. An event dedicated to promoting the pea in our meals.

Amethyst is reputed to have a calming effect and is said to bring balance to the life of the wearer.

This necklace has now been sold, however if you are interested in seeing any of the colour theory jewellery that we currently have available in our shop click here.

Grey Colour Theory Necklace 2020

Grey Colour Theory Necklace 2020

Grey Colour Theory Necklace 2020

This necklace is inspired by the colour theory essay “Grey” which you can read here.

Grey Labradorite Necklace

This lovely necklace is made from 5 gorgeous slabs of labradorite together with lovely little labradorite beads, both faceted and polished.

Labradorite has fantastic reflective qualities which lights up and sparkles. This necklace is so much more than just a grey necklace – it’s just so reflective and bright.

This necklace is 21 inches long and fastens with a handmade sterling silver clasp.

This necklace has now been sold, however   we currently have a range of colour theory necklaces avaliable in our shop click here.

Grey Labradorite Necklace
Portraits Exhibition – February 2022

Portraits Exhibition – February 2022

Portrait Exhibition

Sula Gallery – February 2022

We had to put our thinking caps on for this exhibition , how can we create a portrait with jewellery?

After a bit of thinking and a few cups of licorice tea, we had our light bulb moment. Jewellery is often an expression of ourselves and even if it is not the first thing you think of, it’s already somewhat of a portrait. The choice of colours, shapes, textures and stones can express a lot about a person.

So we choose one of our favourite selfies and created a quick self portrait using pastel crayons, (having not drawn anything since the 90’s, be kind) then from the colours, shapes and textures we observed we picked out stones that complemented them. Now when the necklace is worn it will suit the wearer perfectly.

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The necklace is made from a variety of stones, warm pink opals, red rubies and orange carnelian. Contrasted with a brilliant blue opal, which picks out the colour from the sunglasses and ocean in the background. And very handily picks out the eye colour too.

To display our portrait we have combined the pastel drawing with the necklace to allow them to complement each other and show the relationship between the inspiration and the colours.

Purple Colour Theory Necklace 2020

Purple Colour Theory Necklace 2020

Purple Colour Theory Necklace 2020

This necklace is inspired by the colour theory essay of the same name which you can read here.

This piece was made from wonderfully purple freshwater pearls and chunks of purple amethyst, finished with a handmade sterling silver clasp. It cost approximately £300 when it was for sale.

 

The cascading vines of pearls create a lovely lustre that moves brilliantly when worn. The purple amethysts compliment the purple pearls while adding a new texture.

 

This necklace has now been sold, however if you are interested in seeing any of the colour theory jewellery that we currently have available in our shop click here.

OSA Pop Up Shop –  July 2021

OSA Pop Up Shop – July 2021

OSA Pop Up Shop -July 2021

We were so pleased to be set up in the OSA pop up shop in Smith Street. We brought along some of our brand new Spring/Summer Collection for their very first outing. Lots of lovely soft colours and sparkly stones.

A big thank you to everyone who popped in, especially considering we were in the middle of a heat wave (we couldn’t wait to get to the beach in the evenings for a cool off), which was then followed by the mother of all thunderstorms on the Saturday.

We were delighted to make a contribution to two charities that are close to our hearts – The Guernsey Deaf Children’s Society and The British Heart Foundation.

Breaking the Boundaries Kyanite Earrings
Opal Hearts, Ruby adverutine silver dangle earrings

Missed our pop up shop? You can now find our new collections online. We also have lots other other lovely pieces listed.

We are still in the process of listing lots of sparkly new things, so check back in for a lovely little surprise.