Thursday, July 16, 2009


I've been doing some wedding jewellery as of late - classic 18KT white and rose gold with white diamonds that isn't quite in the label's theme of asymmetry and organic aesthetic. The one nice thing about doing the really classic pieces like these though is that I get to use a lot of dainty milgrain bordering that I have never used in my chunky silver pieces. They communicate a feminity and an antique aesthetic that I find myself really gravitating to.

18KT solid rose gold rose de france cushion checkerboard stones with white diamonds in micropave and milgrain setting.

L: 18KT white gold micropave and white diamonds;

F: 18KT white gold in matte finishing. Tiny white diamond set in the inside with laser engraving.

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