{at the shops : sarah brown jewellery | jewellery inspired by scotland}




. . . with thoughts still lingering on the sandy shores of bora bora, it is no surprise that, on this late-winter day, drawn to the sea-inspired creations of jeweller, sarah brown, whose irregular and beautiful compositions, woven together of island legends and tales of creatures beneath the sea, come together in collections of enchanting, evocative pieces drenched in a sense of curiosity and the unknown . . .


. . . each piece is created of a series of patterns that explore the relationship between space and line, and “aim to portray the endless detail that can be found in an untouched natural environment” — and quite brilliantly so, for the pieces look as if they were delicate and magnificent sea treasures washed along the shore . . .






{all images from sarah brown jewellery}

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