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Please note - Orders from the 'Nothing Gold Can Stay' exhibition will be dispatched from the 31st July.

Corrinne Eira Evans Moorland Bracken sapphire hook earrings


Size: H 2cm x W 1.5cm

Materials: Portrait cut 4.0cts total green heated sapphires from 'Rock Creek' Montana and SMO yellow gold

Method:  Handcrafted

Care: To clean rub gently with a cloth



Fluid, interwoven chain earrings handmade in Corrinne Eira Evans's studio on Dartmoor, adorned with portrait cut sapphires. Each link is created by drawing down 18ct yellow SMO gold wire to the correct diameter before shaping, weaving, and soldering. The earrings are malleable and move with the wearer, reflecting light off their dynamic surface. 


About the Artist

Corrinne Eira Evans is a contemporary jeweller who draws inspiration from the landscape of Dartmoor. Her designs emphasise tactility with fluid chainmail, singular stones, and handcrafted forms that contour the body. 

Evans carefully selects materials and finishes that reflect her natural inspirations. Irregular, faceted gemstones tell the story of rugged topography, while oxidised silver, titanium, and gold are layered in a multi-hued landscape.

Chainmail jewellery is a signature of Evans's work, where individual links are woven together in a fabric of metal, simultaneously intricate and sculptural. Every chainmail piece has an irresistible sense of tactility and motion, moving fluidly on and with the body. Corrinne Eira Evans’s jewellery reinvents an age-old heritage craft into a dynamic wearable art form.

Corrinne Eira Evans Moorland Bracken sapphire hook earrings



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