Fern and Fritillary pendant
It’s late spring down below the oak and beech, and the ferns – true flora of our shady woodland floor - are unfurling in response to the increasing heat of the returning sun. As are the wings of the fritillary butterfly; as typical of British woods as ferns or bluebells and often seen resting on delicate leaves, complementing their perfect natural symmetry in the dappled sunlight.
Materials: Solid silver with 22ct gold plated detail.
Dimensions: fern 4.5cm long.
As this piece is made to order in the UK, please allow two weeks for delivery (Christmas delivery may vary - please call us for up to date delivery times).
About the designer:
Sonya Bennett is among the UK's leading designers of contemporary precious jewellery. Having studied Jewellery & Silversmithing in Sheffield, she established her first workshop in 1998.
All of Sonya's jewellery is designed and made exclusively in her Somerset workshop, which produces two sets of collections annually, each spring & autumn. In sterling silver or gold and often with semi-precious stones and pearls, Sonya's distinctive work shows a degree of warmth and romance rarely seen in contemporary designer jewellery.
‘British jewellery inspired by nature, love and art'.