Flying Cloud Necklet

Ella Fearon-Low Flying Cloud Necklet by Ella Fearon-Low

Despatched within 2-5 working days
  • x £225.00


Features

Main Material : Lucite | Other Materials : gold, gold plated silver and vintage pearls | One of a Kind : No | Metal : 22 carat gold plate, 9 carat yellow gold and silver 925 | Hallmarked : No | Length (inches) : 16

Description

This necklace is part of the Cumulus Revolution Collection.

This irreverent and playful collection is inspired by clouds and rain drops in all their glorious forms. The collection was originally made from a palette of oxidised silver, Lucite and vintage pearls. The idiosyncratic graphic shapes and sophisticated colours in this collection contrast beautifully and are offset by lustrous vintage pearls that pop out of every piece. 

Note on materials:

Lucite is one of number of names for the plastic I use in my work. It is lovely to see this sheet material come to life when it is hand worked on a small scale. 


Cleaning and Care Instructions:   

To enjoy your jewellery at its best you should store it away from direct light.  I recommend applying make-up, creams and perfumes before wearing your jewellery as these can damage surface finishes, especially gold plate.  Please do not wear overnight, in the shower, or for sports including swimming.

Gold Plate:   A good layer of very high carat gold is applied to the jewellery. As with all plating it can fade and rub away over the years but if care is taken it should last a long time. If gold plate becomes dull it can be brightened by gently cleaning in a very mild soapy mix with 1-2 drops of gentle washing up liquid diluted in warm water. Please take care not immerse any other elements such as vintage pearls at the same time. Dry with kitchen towel or a clean dry soft cloth.

Lucite and Vintage Pearls:   A lot of non-traditional and delicate materials are used in my work. Rub gently with a soft dry cloth free from chemicals to clean and brighten your jewellery – for example a glass cloth.  

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