18ct White Gold
GENTLEMAN GANGSTER LINED LINK PENDANT WHITE
The inspiration for the collection entitled Vincent was drawn from an obsession with dangerously stylish gentlemen. Hannah also took inspiration from ’30s art deco interiors and mid-century Russian graphics, amongst others.
The results of which can be seen reflected in this simple yet elegant pendant – designed to hang low on the chest, the side detailing makes this piece sculptural, tactile and fascinating to the touch.
Edition of 55
22 in stock
18 Carat White Gold with Black Rhodium Sterling Silver Chain.
This pendant is made from approximately 18.5 grams of 18 carat gold and the sterling silver chain is finished with hard-wearing black rhodium. Each pendant, including clasp, is hand made in our London workshops.
Pendant Link 36mm x 18mm x 6mm
Chain Length 60 cm
Clasp Hoop 11mm diameter, Clasp Bar 19mm Length.
‘Vincent’ is a collection that tells the story of a dark and dangerous character, ruling London’s underworld with an iron fist. Vincent is the perfect gentleman gangster - suave, sophisticated and deadly. Impeccably dressed – you would perhaps see just the tails of his perfectly tailored coat disappearing down a dark alleyway, or a flash of his diamond cufflinks as he stalks out of an underground gambling den.
My initial research took in monumental Soviet Modernist architecture, Russian communist propaganda graphics, post-modern Russian art (Malevich in particularly) and the films of David Cronenburg and Tarkovsky, amongst other inspirations.
The form of this bracelet originally began as I was sketching what I saw as traditionally masculine accessories – vintage lighters, old gold watches and their chains, classic signet rings. The sculptural lined structure developed from this research, mixed with the brutalism of the architecture I was referencing.
I wanted the links of the bracelet to reflect the autonomy of the power of Vincent. They had to be strong and powerful, yet have something elegant and sculptural about them. These graphic lines can be seen in many guises across the collection – a visual language that has come to me to embody both the character and the story.