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Atlas Disk & Sikhara Charm Pendant Silver image
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Atlas Disk & Sikhara Charm Pendant Silver image
Atlas Disk & Sikhara Charm Pendant Silver image

Annabelle Lucilla Jewellery

Atlas Disk & Sikhara Charm Pendant Silver

$232

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This collection comprises of a quincunx of shapes based on the sacred 5 tower structures of Angkor Wat. Inspired by this architecturally striking and elegant temple complex in Cambodia, the collection mirrors its Ogive or Lotus shaped pointed temple apexes, its intricate columns and detailed patternation. Mixing modern, geometric forms and shapes with organic ruin-esque etched surfaces, pieces give the sense of the present and the past assimilating, reviving and renewing the Khmer aesthetic.

The Atlas disk pendant is hand etched from original illustrations of the ruins of Angkor Wat. Intricate textures and surface details create beautiful intricacy. Modern, bold clean shapes contrast with organic, eroded textures evoking ancient treasures of distant centuries past. The Atlas charm signifies the natural, organic beauty of the world, contrasting with geometric man-made beauty of Angkor Wat.

The Sikhara charm pendant signifies the connection between the cosmos above us and the earthly, tangible world we live in. The elegant tear drop shape of the Sikhara charm points towards the heavens and the stars and is named after the intricately carved spire structures that represent the many tiers that form the structure of the universe. The Sikhara charm also represents Mount Meru, a sacred mountain in Buddhist cosmology with a quincunx of peaks. It is believed to be the center of all the physical, metaphysical and spiritual universes.
Hallmarked Sterling Silver
The Atlas Disk: 3.5cm wide

Sikhara Charm: 3.5cm tall

26" round belcher chain with an adjustment length at 24", lobster clasp to secure

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!

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Meet The Designer

Contemporary jewelry designer Annabelle Lucilla focuses on intricate metalwork inspired by an eclectic range of historical influences. Annabelle’s latest collection draws upon the striking geometric architecture of the Cambodian temple Angkor Wat. Drawing inspiration from ancient civilizations, Indian and Cambodian architecture and traditional Grecian folklore, Annabelle’s designs are inflected by the exoticism of the past and its historical techniques, which result in contemporary treasures that capture the look and feel of rare antiquities which are, by that same token, effortlessly modern. A fascination for surface decoration, sculpture and hand drawn illustration underpins Annabelle’s jewelry, whose delicately etched designs belie great levels of intricacy. It’s for this level of craftsmanship and design innovation that Annabelle’s designs always retain a unique, luxurious and personalized feel. Annabelle’s designs, anchored in the age-old etching process and updated with a modern twist have hallmarked her jewelry as the work of a truly innovative young designer. With instantly recognizable signature pieces, Annabelle has created a truly unique brand.
She revives historical techniques which reflect the organic imperfections, fissures and textures of times past; all the while using sustainable materials to ensure aesthetic is matched by ethical practice. Annabelle works from her studio in Cockpit Arts situated in Hatton Garden, the historical jewelry quarter in London.
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