Textured, gold plated silver bangle


Textured, delicate, gold plated silver bracelet, constructed from fine sheet (approx 0.4mm thick), formed and riveted.

This beautiful bangle forms part of Hilary’s ‘Crumpled’ series inspired by the papery textured and age-worn jewellery you might find on display in the British Museum. She makes matching earrings and necklaces using the same techniques.

This bracelet is formed from delicate sheet silver (with a thickness of approximately 0.4mm) and measures 41mm at its widest point and 25mm at its narrowest.

Our standard bangle sizes are: Small = 19cm, Medium = 20.5cm, Large = 22cm. Please let us know when ordering which size you would like or if you require something different.

Due to the irregular shape of these bangles there will be slight variations with the sizes.

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Meet the designer
Hilary Brown

By designer: Hilary Brown

Hilary is a jeweller at heart, although past work has strayed into the realms of spoons and vessels - the Crafts Council have some of her spoons in their collection.

She began her career in the 1980s making jewellery from thin sheet acrylic and experimenting with achieving a thin papery feel to a brittle man-made material. A selection of these early pieces is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Arts Houston, USA and the jewellery collection of the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Arts.

After a long break to raise children and a stint as an interior designer, Hilary is back at the jeweller’s bench currently working in silver on one-off and limited edition pieces. The current ‘crumpled’ series of pieces are inspired by playing around with crumpled paper – the thin theme again, and her love of ancient jewellery, especially that which has been crushed and flattened by centuries of being buried in a forgotten hoard.

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