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Art Deco Fluidity Gladiator Cuff image
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Art Deco Fluidity Gladiator Cuff image

Marina Skia

Art Deco Fluidity Gladiator Cuff


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This design was the very first of the Art Deco Fluidity, a collection which is inspired by the marks of the tide on sand. The initial inspiration was “translated” to a simple curve which through geometric permutations such as mirroring, repetition and pivoting formed the pattern that became the basis of the collection. This oversized cuff is a bold statement piece that elongates and draws attention to the arm.
22ct Gold Plated Brass
Handmade in UK

Ideally store each piece of jewellery separately in their original packaging to avoid scratching against each other or getting tangled up.
Always put your perfume, make and hair spray on before your jewellery as the chemicals and oils they contain could cause discoloration on jewellery.
Avoid direct contact with heat sources, sea and swimming pool water and any kind of chemicals.

We recommend that you clean your plated jewellery with a soft cloth and store carefully to protect the plating.
Cuff Size: 10cm height, 14cm width

This item is held by the designer so please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, although we aim to have it with you sooner!

Free delivery UK + Worldwide over £150 / €210 / $240 / $A300.

Free returns for exchange or full refund within 14 days.

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Meet The Designer

Marina is a Greek jeweller who designs and creates elegant fashion jewelry in brass and silver from her East London studio. Her work is inspired by the beauty of the natural world and in particular by forms and shapes encountered in nature. The sea and the motion of water is one of the strongest sources of inspiration and a theme that provides an everlasting fascination. Her work is graphic, with emphasis placed on forms and structures and characterized by bold geometry, clean lines, and emphasis on details. To produce her work Marina combines traditional hand making skills she was taught while training as jeweller in Greece with contemporary technologies she was introduced to while studying in London where she was awarded with an MA in Jewelry Design from Sir John Cass.
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