The Espoir Necklace is made from 18ct yellow gold plated recycled brass, and crafted in the designer’s London studio, through the process of lost wax casting. The necklace depicts two women dancing joyfully with abandon on the front, ‘Espoir’ meaning ‘hope’, is engraved on the reverse.
Part of Deborah Blyth’s Wobbly Bits Collection, in collaboration with French artist Laetitia Rouget. Created during the past year, this collaboration aims to celebrate ‘joie de vivre’, encouraging positivity as we move forward from the recent challenging times. The fabulous wobbly bodies are a reminder to love and embrace our perfect imperfections in all their glory!
Each piece of jewellery by Deborah Blyth is created from start to finish within a small area of North London. Designs are hand crafted through the process of lost wax casting in her studio, and gold plating takes place nearby in Hatton garden. Many pieces are embellished with baroque pearls or semi precious stones for everyday luxury that can be worn from day to night. Deborah ensures the highest quality in all her creations.
18ct Yellow Gold Plated Recycled Brass
Pendant - 15mm
Chain Length - adjustable from 16-18 inches