Green and Gold Landscape Necklace by Kate Trouw
The patterns on the Landscape beads are unique to each necklace, the result of a method of working the clay which produces different results each time.
The necklace consists of five polymer clay beads (2 x 3cm each) on a 55cm waxed cotton cord with a sterling silver lobster clasp. The necklace is designed so that the beads sit in the centre of the chest.
Each piece is handmade so there may be small differences between the images and your necklace.
Kate Trouw is the second maker to be showcased in the Barbican's Makers initiative. Combining architecture with geology, her striking ceramic jewellery is exclusively on sale until June 2017.
Read an interview with Kate Trouw about her collection on the Barbican Blog.
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