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Trunk Show
December 06th, 2018 December 29th, 2018

Sia Taylor

British designer Sia Taylor evokes the lyrical beauty of nature through her fine jewellery. While a sculpture student at London’s Royal College of Art, Sia spent her last term at a research camp in the bush in Botswana. It was a creatively inspirational time, where Sia became deeply interested in the subtle lives and forms of nature around her.

Her fine jewellery collections are a continuation process, which takes forms inspired by seeds, grasses, clusters of insect eggs, and the internal structures of plants. Taylor’s emphasizes minimalist refinement and restraint to evoke a sense of lyricism and rhythm through the delicate details of her work.

Yellow and white 18-carat gold is used to create small seed-like forms, which are hooked into lengths of fine box link chain. The seed forms appear both in clusters –as with a pair of yellow gold earrings- in uniform procession along the front of a necklace, or in rhythmic variables that draw from natural compositions.

Sia makes every piece by hand in her South-London studio. It is a meditation and a labour of love, which shows through in the final product. Each piece becomes like a work of art, something precious to hold on to and cherish.

 

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Somerset, United Kingdom

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Social responsibility
All the jewels are handmade in Sia's Somerset studio. Whenever possible, they use ethical recycled gold.

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