Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace - Boutee
Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace - Boutee
Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace - Boutee

Laconic

Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace

Sale price£450.00

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Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace

Elevate your style with the Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace from Laconic, designed by the independent jeweller Lindsay in Durham. Inspired by the Scottish folk tale of Beira, the creator of mountains, this collection draws from the natural beauty of fissures and dramatic landscapes to bring edginess to your look.

Key Features:

  • Inspiration: Drawn from the captivating tales of Beira and the dramatic fissures in the earth's surface.
  • Material: Crafted from sustainable eco-silver. Please get in touch to custom order in recycled 9ct and 18ct yellow gold.
  • Hallmark: Each piece is officially hallmarked in Edinburgh, assuring its quality and craftsmanship.
  • Dimensions: The necklace has a total length of 90cm, with the largest charm measuring 32mm x 7mm x 3mm.
  • Versatility: Designed to be styled in two distinct ways, adapting to your personal look.
  • Presentation: Accompanied by an eco-friendly Laconic gift box, perfect for gifting or personal keepsakes.

Handcrafted in the UK, the Fracture Silver Lariat Necklace by Laconic is more than just a piece of jewellery; it's a statement of style and individuality, reflecting Lindsay's commitment to creating unique, sustainable pieces.

For inquiries or to explore further customisation options, please contact Lindsay.

Laconic Jewellery

Founded by jewellery designer and Goldsmith, Lindsay Forbes. Laconic jewellery is designed to encourage self-expression, using few or little words. Inspired by travel and her own Scottish heritage, each piece designed tells a story influenced by the symbolism, myths and storytelling Scotland is famed for. Crafted in small batches using traditional methods and sustainable materials.

Founder, Jewellery designer & Goldsmith

Lindsay Forbes

Lindsay has a passion for crafting pieces that are made to be worn and treasured. She studied 3D Design, which encompassed ceramics, glass and jewellery. This combined her love of drawing with interest in design. Experimenting with the materials and bringing ideas to life — plus using her hands as the tools for creation — was such an exciting experience. It still is!

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