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.
An Art Deco platinum, Ceylon sapphire and diamond ring, 1920s. Set to the centre with a sugar loaf Ceylon sapphire weighing 30 carats, mounted in six simple platinum claws and flanked on each side by a trapezoid diamond, the pierced gallery featuring scroll work with a slightly tapering shank.
An art deco diamond and emerald ring, circa 1925 The rectangular step-cut diamond, weighing 4.92 carats, claw-set between tiered shoulders set with baguette-cut diamond and rectangular-cut emerald accents