Saturday, 26 September 2015

Jewellery inspiration - unusual stone settings

I am pretty addicted to pinterest and love that we have so much access to inspiration as jewellers there. I have recently been drawn to unusual stone settings and I find it useful to consider how the jeweller has done it as it gives me a jumping off point for ideas. Here are a few innovative designs that I love.


Turquoise necklace by Cobalt blue



I love the work of by Daphne Krinos who regularly uses stones in innovative ways. This piece is a round brooch on 18 carat gold



Swarovski crystalactite ring from Maison Margiela


Thomas Giesen - acrylic ring with amethyst ball



Labradorite pendant by Anna Vosburg



Glauco Cambi bracelet with magnetic closure



Odyssey orbital ring earrings by Silversong jewelry



Fold formed pendant by beads and tricks

Quay ring with pink tourmaline by Sarah Herriot



Pebble stack pendant ‘heart cairn’ by Binks Edmonds

This blog post was originally written for the London Jewellery School blog

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