Issy White's English Oak-Inspired Diamond Pendant Necklace
Immerse yourself in the delicate elegance of Issy White's necklace, a testament to the exquisite craftsmanship of an independent jeweller. Inspired by the natural beauty of the English Oak tree, this necklace features a pear-shaped pendant that blends organic charm with the timeless allure of diamonds.
- Material: The pendant is beautifully crafted from 9ct gold, capturing the essence of understated luxury.
- Design: Drawing inspiration from the bark of an English Oak tree, the pendant embodies a connection to nature with its simple, yet elegant form.
- Gemstones: Adorned with 10 x 0.8mm white diamonds, the pendant sparkles with a subtle yet captivating brilliance.
- Measurements: The pendant measures 12mm x 9mm and is suspended on a 16" trace chain, offering an ideal balance of presence and refinement.
- Customisation: Tailored to individual preferences, this necklace can be crafted in various metals and hung on chains of different lengths, providing a personalised touch.
- Production Time: As a made-to-order item, this necklace requires 4-6 weeks for crafting and delivery to the UK.
Each necklace is handcrafted, ensuring a unique piece with slight variations that enhance its individuality and charm.
Issy White's necklace is not just a piece of jewellery; it's a symbol of elegance and connection to nature. Ideal for those seeking a refined and meaningful accessory, this necklace offers a perfect blend of organic inspiration and sophisticated design. For customisation options or specific inquiries, please contact Issy White through her Boutee storefront.
Issy White is an independent jeweller who creates handcrafted contemporary jewellery using foraged fragments of nature, cast in bronze, silver, or gold using the 'lost wax casting' technique. With almost two decades of experience and training from Holts Jewellery Academy, Issy carefully manipulates the metal to fit the contours of the human body. Based on the edge of Epping Forest, Issy's aim is to capture the essence of nature in her exquisite pieces.
Enamelled items are all individually painted by hand, with strong colours allowing the finest details to be painted. A clear resin protects the paint from discolouring or being damaged quickly.
Cut out items are all crafted by hand with intricate detail. Every letter and number has the supports needed to be strong enough for every day wear. The pieces are hand polished to a very high standard before being plated which brings them to life.
The gold and silver plating on all of our pieces not only enhances appearance but improves durability, allowing them to be worn for much longer without discolouring. All of the links used are silver soldered onto the original coin. This ensures that they do not break off whilst being worn.
All of our products come in our modern, classy presentation boxes with a certificate of authenticity making them the perfect gift for birthdays, weddings and anniversaries.
Shipping Time: 4-8 weeks
Metal Purity: Solid
Issy White Jewellery’s Return Policy
I hope you will be completely satisfied with your new jewellery. If for any reason you are not entirely satisfied, I am happy to offer an exchange or refund under the following conditions:
Any item that was 'Ready to Ship' can be exchanged or refunded if it is returned unworn within 15 days of your receipt of the order, in perfect condition, and in its original packaging.
I am unable to offer exchange or refund on 'Made To Order' jewellery, as it has been made especially for you.
Customise This Piece!
Issy makes all of her pieces to order at her workshop in Essex. Lots of her customers request customisations, like taking a sample from a specific tree that's special to them.
Jewellery designer and maker
Issy White has been studying and making jewellery for almost two decades.
She initially studied Photography at Bournemouth Arts Institute. After graduating with a BA Issy enrolled on various evening courses for jewellery and silversmithing. When she realised that was where her heart lay, she attended Holts Jewellery Academy in Hatton Garden for further training.
She lives on the edge of London and Epping Forest, with her partner and two children (where they spend a great deal of time with their eyes to the ground - searching for fallen treasures).