Louis de Bernieres "and when all the pretty blossom have fallen from their branches, they find that they are one tree and not two."
Fantacy, hidden identity and romance have inspired this collection of dramatic 'eyewear'. In wearing these pieces, a romantic barrieer conceals a factor of the wearer's identity. Read More...
Jen received a precious metal bursary from The Goldsmiths Company, enabling her to create a dramatic solid silver piece of 'eyewear'. The odd subtle moonstones capture elegance, adding beauty to the intricate pieces of text.
Pierced Nickel/Silver covering only one eye, with a forged steel handle.
Laser cut leather clasped in a silver-plated neck piece and a silver plated, hand pierced expressive monocle.
Jen used a passage from 'Captain Corelli's Mandoline,' in all her work. The fluid ink line varying in weight was then used as stencils to translate into a pierced metal form, ready to then be manipulated into a structure.
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