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This piece stems from my love of 1940 and 50's fabric prints, which use the geometric shapes and linear lines to inspire scenes of plant life and astronomy motifs.
Using elements of organic shapes used in my range of jewellery, I have created a choker that uses a material not often found in the Jewellery community, polyethylene. I have created discs out of the white translucent material, that adds a luminous feature to the piece.
You could wear this choker to add a subtle beauty with a difference to your outfit, whether that be a flash dinner or for everyday wear.
My ever growing range of jewellery is constantly developing, I look to create a collection that is both attractive and chic. Recently I have taken inspiration from fabrics of the 1940's and 50's as the geometric shapes, linear forms and colours captivate my imagination. My work is made by manipulating and combining a variety of materials. Sterling silver wire, tube, casting grains and sheet is used to create the geometric and linear forms, silver clay is used to add texture and contrast with fused glass 'drops' and polyethylene plastic to introduce colour into my designs.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Ellie Crosby Jewellery within 1 day of receiving payment.
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Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Austria, Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Isle of Man
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