Introducing the exquisite Imbolc Silver & Keum Boo Necklace
Hand carved in wax and lost wax cast in silver, the pendant shape resembles a mountain valley, embodying strength with its dramatic form. Each hand formed triangular link in the chain represents a splinter of the mountain surface that Beira would have created with her magic hammer.
Keum Boo is used to highlight facets and edges in gold, symbolising the end of Beira’s reign over Winter and the beginning of Spring as celebrated during the Gaelic festival of Imbolc.
The length measures approx. 18" with pendant measuring 95mm x 35mm at widest points.
Shipping Time: Ready to ship
Metal Purity: Solid
Laconic Jewellery, founded by Lindsay, crafts bold, sculptural pieces inspired by Scottish folklore, designed to tell stories and express individuality. Each piece is a modern talisman, handcrafted using traditional goldsmithing techniques in her County Durham studio. Lindsay's work embodies storytelling through jewellery, with designs influenced by landscapes and narratives that resonate with personal memories and places. Committed to sustainability, Laconic uses recycled metals and ethically sourced gemstones, ensuring each piece is not only a form of self-expression but also a responsible choice for the environment.
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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 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!