"A pair of art deco diamond and enamel pendent earrings, circa 1925. Each old brilliant and single-cut diamond surmount suspends a single-cut diamond foliate motif within a black enamel openwork geometric plaque, and terminates in a pear-shaped diamond drop, pear-shaped diamonds, approx. 3.30cts total, length 5.6cm."
A pair of green and pink tourmaline and diamond pendant earrings each earring designed with a single pear-shaped green and pink tourmaline, joined by a marquise-cut diamond; estimated total tourmaline weight for the pair: 21.25 carats; mounted in eighteen karat white gold.
Handcrafted Jewelry by Polly Wale: Lost wax casting techniques are paired with fine gem stones. Polly uses sapphires rubies directly cast into gold, creating pieces that resemble natural gem encrusted forms, like sparkling geodes split open. This unorthodox process is unique to her has become her signature style, gaining her international recognition.
The jewellery designed by Swedish silver and goldsmith Patrik Hansson, is as refined and minimalist as possible. It is easy to see Patrik Hansson’s roots in graphic design, an education he undertook before turning to jewellery. Basic geometric shapes like squares, circles and loops are layered and deconstructed precisely. Every detail is thought through, every perspective considered and perfected. So why didn’t he stick to graphic design? He finds inspiration in working with his hands. The…