Where to start with this one? It's a multi lingual modern piece of jewellery. It seems to speak deco, punk, a bit of Cartier and even some Barbarella. It's hard to photograph but the acrylic is actually iridescent white / pink and changes colour as your viewing angle changes. The reverse has a brass plate laminated against the acrylic which further changes how it looks as it's worn. This amazing laser cut acrylic and brass bracelet is probably all you need with a black dress to show you speak 'modern dressing'. Go on; fortify your arm with SAS's Sirata bracelet. This one is numbered 6 of 30.
Sarah Angold Studio seems to point the direction for the future of high end jewellery for those that have no need for the associations and signs of traditional pieces but still treasure the craftsmanship and handmade elements that make jewellery so special.
International design brand Sarah Angold Studio houses a multidisciplinary, award-winning creative team. Inspired by graphic shapes, mathematical structures and industrial processes, the studio fuses the latest technical and digital material innovations with intricate hand-craftmanship.
A favourite among celebrity and interior stylists, Sarah Angold’s signature ranges are simultaneously edgy and elegant. Although the studio’s jewellery collections are sold worldwide, each piece is still handmade by Angold and her team in their East London studio. Intricate constructions made with tiny brass watch bolts, solid silver, gold and cast acrylic can take up to a day to build. With most runs capped at thirty, every limited edition piece is engraved with its own production number.
With products and installations in the Design Museum, Tate Modern and Royal Academy of Art, the studio’s exploration of tactile surface and architectural sculpture continues reflect the team’s passion for material diversity and innovation.