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Orkney Jewellery Features A Broad Choice Of Jewellery For Your Wedding Event

Exclusive Bridal Earrings In A Broad Range of Styles

Orkney jewellery is a favored selection for bridal earrings. There are a lot of collections to pick from, whether you single out drop earrings like royal bride the Duchess of Cambridge, or a couple of our traditional stud kind of Orkney jewellery.

A couple of our Orkney Island jewelry lines which have wedding ear studs have several alternatives on the theme. For example, our Aikerness drop earrings include options such as, a green pearl, a white pearl, an amethyst, in silver or gold, or in square or triangular shapes. They are also offered as studs.

However whichever design of this one collection you pick; they all depict the windswept and elemental appeal of the isle of Aikerness. It is no more than a zit sticking out of the sea, with its waves breaking on a rocky coast. This influenced a design which hints at a Celtic influence as nuns one time clung to the tiny islet or holm between the isles of Westray and Papa Westray. The storm-lashed holm only has half an acre of land which is never submerged by the tide. However extremely the remains of a chapel were noted where long ago seven nuns were buried, perhaps in Celtic times prior to perhaps even the Norse landed. No sign remains in modern-day times.

Check into our Orkney jewellery web sites to pick from a selection of necklaces earrings, brooches, bracelets and amulets in gold and silver. All presenting the moving Aikerness designs. These would make up a whole suite of wedding finery.

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For a truly attractive design, try the sophisticated and stylish Cecily drop earrings. This lyrical form draws motivation from flowers and natural forms, along with the vision of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Its shapes blend stylish, exquisite curves into sweet harmonies of gold.

Our Frances earrings continue this enlightening theme. Steered by the work of Frances MacDonald, sister-in-law of Charles Rennie Macintosh, sister of his spouse Margaret, and an impressive artist in her own right, Frances was just one of the trail-blazing ‘Glasgow Girls’ of the early 20th Century. Whatever name these artists were given, they were remarkably talented and their design remains very prominent today. You can see work based on their work by modern-day designers throughout the nation.

You can have a taste of Frances’ intricately beautiful work through the Frances range which commemorates this acclaimed artist. We also produce Margaret earrings too and Red Rose, influenced by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh’s art. In 1902, she created ‘The White Rose and the Red Rose’, a perplexing gesso panel including ethereal female figures and stylised blossoms. These sensational earrings capture the appeal and secret of her Art Nouveau masterpiece.

Yet another instance of our Orkney jewellery consists of romantic Rosebud earrings in the design of Jessie M King. She was another of the terrific Scottish artists of the early 20th Century. Right here, her genius for stylish stylisation has influenced a collection that is full of natural vitality, yet distinguished by a stylish touch.

If you prefer to wear your heart visibly we have the straightforward Heart earrings or perhaps our Lovebird studs would be more to your taste. A symbol of true love and affection, the Lovebird is a joyful picture of romantic bliss.

True is a selection close to our hearts. A fluid, shape-shifting line, True has a couple of the sculptural merits of artists such as Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, balancing vibrant shapes with appealing volumes of space.

So whatever your design for your wedding, there is Orkney jewellery in our collections which would be very appropriate for your bridal earrings.


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