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Amy Burton

Contemporary
A beautiful cushion cut pink tourmaline and 18ct gold Disorient pendant.
£9,850.00
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A striking tourmaline and gold Disorient pendant by Amy Burton, the pendant centred on a beautiful cushion shape pinky-peach tourmaline claw set within an openwork maze-like surround of asymmetric, sculptural 18ct yellow gold, the three dimensional overlapping angular form suspended from a fine gold chain.
Specifications
  • OriginLondon
  • Gemstones and Other MaterialsA cushion cut natural pink tourmaline weighing 17.24ct
  • Condition ReportNew
  • Setting18ct yellow gold with London assay and makers marks
  • Weight description31 grams
  • DimensionsPendant 4cm long x 3.2cm wide
Directors notes
The Disorient collection is characterised by strong architectural lines that cleverly play with ideas of volume, geometry and negative space to create bold sculptural jewels that are substantial but also light, open and feminine. The complex asymmetry of the pieces is sometimes complemented by a beautiful coloured gemstone such as a blush pink morganite, or icy blue aquamarine whilst at others is left to stand alone in all its geometric glory. The apparently chaotic structure of each jewel belies the hours of work taken to ensure that every line and angle was perfectly balanced in order to create the bold, dynamic effect Amy was looking to achieve with this collection.

Burton, Amy

“My aim is to design finely crafted beautiful jewellery that people will love, balancing unusual and original design with elegance and wearability.”

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