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Orkney Jewellery – Select Something Unusual For Your Wedding

Posted October 29, 2012 by in Articles | No comments yet

Magnificent Bridal Earrings In A Large Assortment of Designs

Orkney jewellery is a popular choice for bridal earrings. There are numerous collections to choose from, whether you prize drop earrings like royal bride the Duchess of Cambridge, or a couple of our traditional stud sort of Orkney jewellery.

A few of our Orkney jewellery ranges which feature wedding ear studs have numerous alternatives on the theme. For instance, our Aikerness drop earrings have selections such as, a green pearl, a white pearl, an amethyst, in silver or gold, or in square or triangular shapes. They are additionally offered as studs.

But whichever style of this one collection you pick; they all illustrate the wild and elemental charm of the isle of Aikerness. It is little more than a pimple sticking out of the sea, with its waves breaking on a rocky coast. This motivated a design which hints at a Celtic influence as nuns in times gone by clung to the minute islet or holm between the islets of Westray and Papa Westray. The storm-lashed holm only has half an acre of land which is never ever submerged by the tide. But astonishingly the remains of a chapel were documented where long ago seven nuns were buried, probably in Celtic times prior to even the Norse showed up. No sign remains in contemporary times.

Look at our Orkney jewellery internet sites to choose from an array of pendants earrings, brooches, bracelets and trinkets in gold and silver. All presenting the streaming Aikerness designs. These would certainly make up a whole suite of wedding event finery.

Emboldened Concepts Behind Orkney Jewellery

For an absolutely eye-catching design, consider the classy and stylish Cecily drop earrings. This lyrical design draws motivation from flowers and natural kinds, in addition to the vision of the Arts and Crafts Trend. Its shapes blend stylish, finespun curves into sweet harmonies of precious metal.

Our Frances earrings continue this enlightening theme. Suggested by the work of Frances MacDonald, sister-in-law of Charles Rennie Macintosh, sister of his wife Margaret, and an outstanding artist in her own right, Frances was one of the trail-blazing ‘Glasgow Girls’ of the very early 20th Century. Whatever name these artists were given, they were incredibly gifted and their style stays really prominent today. You can easily see work based upon their work by contemporary designers throughout the country.

You can easily have a taste of Frances’ intricately lovely work through the Frances range which pays tribute to this acclaimed artist. We additionally create Margaret earrings too and Red Rose, motivated by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh’s art. In 1902, she developed ‘The White Rose and the Red Rose’, an enigmatic gesso panel including ethereal female figures and stylised blossoms. These spectacular earrings capture the charm and mystery of her Art Nouveau work of art.

Yet another example of our Orkney jewellery includes romantic Rosebud earrings in the style of Jessie M King. She was yet another of the excellent Scottish artists of the very early 20th Century. Here, her genius for stylish stylisation has motivated a collection that is full of natural vigor, yet distinguished by an advanced touch.

If you choose to use your heart noticeably we have the easy Heart earrings or probably our Lovebird studs would certainly be even more to your taste. A symbol of true love and affection, the Lovebird is a joyful picture of romantic euphoria.

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

So whatever your style for your wedding event, there is Orkney jewellery in our collections which would certainly be really ideal for your bridal earrings.

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