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.
Her fine jewellery collections, years after years 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. 18-karat gold is used to create small seed like forms, which are hooked into lengths of fine box link chain.
Read Sia Taylor's interview.