Following the symbolism of Triangles these earrings were a commission for a beautiful lady and have since been customised to be part of the Goddess collection.
They symbolise Water, the Feminine, Mother.
We can customise them using Amethyst, Blue Topaz or Emerald Swarovski crystals. The pair shown use Amethyst, the birthstone of February.
Earring drop is approximately 15mm long from the ear lobe. Metal: Sterling silver 18ct gold plated.
Also available on line with Wolf and Badger.
Inspired by Botticelli's The Birth of Venus; one of the most famous paintings of all time. One that never ceases to capture our imaginations.
Here we brought our interpretation of that painting into our Venus statement necklace. The Romans knew her as Venus whilst the Greeks, Aphrodite. She draws all attention to herself; a symbol of beauty...
Made with faceted Rutilated Quartz roundels,a hand carved Green Stone / Jade central piece with a gold plated shell (cast from a shell found on a beach in South Rhodes, Greece).
Rutilated quartz is said to be an illuminator for the soul.
*This is a one off piece. Only 1 available, so when she is gone, she is gone.
A stunning statement piece. Using a black Druzy stone on sterling silver which is 18ct gold plated, Hexagon and Half moon symbols. The hexagon is also featured in our Honeybee and Melissa earrings range.
Hera is the Goddess of women and marriage. This piece is a February feature as it's the season of love.
Worn long, the chain is approx 26" long.
Sun Goddess, Leona.
Muse: Leona, is for our Lioness, the quiet but fearless woman; the mother, the sister, the friend, strong and loyal; she is the sun, the goddess the warrior.
Model also wears Leona bracelet in silver.
The earrings come in a single or double hoop as shown.
Here we introduce our Melissa earrings. In Greek mythology Melissa is the Bee Goddess.
We use the hexagon again in homage to those worker bees. Pair with our Melissa necklace or our Hera necklace.
Also stocked online with Wolf and Badger.
As featured in The Art of Design and The World of Interiors magazines.
Originally inspired from an image of some steps in an architecture magazine featuring Moroccan buildings and homes; the lighting of the image and the shadow it cast on the marble stone of the staircase gave way to what became the Sophia pendant.
Research always starts with Greek mythology where we came across Goddess Sophia. It is in the Greek (Σοφíα) that Sophia has come to denote wisdom. It (or rather she, for wisdom is always feminine) is mentioned by Plato.
In fact philosophy (philo-sophia) is still known as the “love of wisdom.” In ancient Greece she was the Goddess of wisdom and knowledge
Available in sterling silver or plated in 18ct yellow gold and your choice of suede cord or leather. Length 26”.
Also available on line and in store with Wolf and Badger.
Part of the Six of Six collection our stackable rings take inspiration once again from the polygon which is found throughout nature and is considered a symbol of harmony and balance.
You can stack your rings or wear alone. They come in S, M, L sizes but please email us if you have any specific requirements in terms of sizing.