» CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY, MADE BY HAND IN LONDON IN RECYCLED STERLING SILVER

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January 6th, 2017

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November 18th, 2016

Each Little Object arrives boxed and wrapped

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November 18th, 2016

Free UK delivery!

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September 24th, 2015

New set of three little studs to mix and match, now live on the website and from Notonthehighstreet. They’re made from sterling silver, melted down into molten pebbles, then left with a raw, faceted texture and minimal polishing. Mix and mix silver, rose and yellow gold. Buy them here

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December 9th, 2014

Four days at the Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, sharing a stand with the lovely Ciara Bowles and her funky jewels

October 6th, 2014

Mixed-metal hoops

Brass was everywhere at this year’s London Design Festival, from lighting to mirrors, tableware to taps, but it’s less visible in contemporary jewellery, where its use is often covered up with silver- or gold-plate, as though it’s something to be hidden away. Why? Obviously, precious metals carry a higher price and prestige value, but brass – an alloy of copper and zinc that has been used since Roman times – brings a lot to the table. It may lack the upfront blingtastic twinkle of gold, but its muted golden hues have a subtle charm that appeals to those who have always worn silver but want to explore other materials. It’s also very flattering. I like contrasting precious and non-precious metals, blurring the boundaries between costume and fine jewellery.

 

 

Little Object | Handmade jewellery by Natalie Reed
Little Object | Handmade jewellery by Natalie Reed

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