Fine Jewellery at its most sumptuous, we present the limited edition Her Regard necklace in 18 carat gold and foxglove pink tourmaline.
Adjust the style from choker to extra long, and every length in between, with our artfully innovative clasp.
Her Regard is inspired by my favourite novel, The Stress Of Her Regard by internationally acclaimed fantasy writer Tim Powers.
The story re-imagines the lives of our some of our most notable poets Shelly and Lord Byron. Their incredible work influenced by an otherworldly being, part muse, part succubus - it is 'her regard' or her attention which is responsible for the exceptional quality of their art.
Each of the hand selected step cut dusky pink tourmaline gemstones are tilted forty-five degrees, we see them as inverse pyramids, their power harnessed in the 18 carat gold settings.
The textured links are a delight to caress, even the clasp is sculpted from solid gold and can be completely removed from the necklace. In this way it is possible to shorten the chain on both sides equally and allow the chain to dangle down the back of the neck symmetrically.
There are only five Her Regard necklaces, each one in a unique combination of materials. no more will be made. The entire jewel is hand made in the United Kingdom and presented in its own handcrafted presentation case.
Anuket is the ancient Egyptian deity of the sacred river. Gifts in her honour such as precious jewels and gold ornaments were thrown into the Nile by her followers as a way of gaining her favour.
As if unearthed from the tomb of a Byzantine empress this artwork is intended to feel as if it is a rarely discovered artefact, a link with the goddess.
Our Halo necklaces are inspired by France's foremost Art Nouveau jewellery designer René Lalique. Not only do the sinuous, undulating lines of Art Nouveau jewellery distinguish it from earlier styles, so do the provocative combinations of materials. Lalique himself dared to set glass into gold, we admire his creativity and imagination.
Fine jewellery design and creation in the heart of London by Four Times Goldsmiths' Craftsmanship and Design Council Award Winner, Victoria Barker.