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MEGAN COLLINS 'Eche' Silver Necklace

MEGAN COLLINS

Megan Collins is a contemporary jewellery designer originally from South Africa, now based in London. She has a background in Fashion Design and a Degree in Fine Art from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University of Port Elizabeth and a Diploma in Jewellery Design from the Vannetta Seecharran School of Jewellery in London. She works mainly in Sterling Silver, using sheet or wire as a starting point and occasionally using elements of gold or brass or oxidizes components to create contrasts.

MEGAN COLLINS 'Eche' Silver Necklace

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MEGAN COLLINS 'Eche' Silver Necklace

90.00

'Eche' Necklace from 'Succulent' Collection
Silver
Hanging length: 36 cm
Pendant width: 5.5 cm

A beautifully simply outlined form pendant, akin to a sketch in silver wire. This piece is made without a clasp, on a long chain, which can be put on directly over the head.

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The idea for the Eche necklace came out of my love for succulent plants. I began by studying these incredible plants and their interesting shapes. The lines of the Eche necklace follow the contours of the leaves on the plants. Eche makes for a nice statement piece when worn with a plain solid coloured item of clothing such as a navy or black dress or top.

Megan Collins is a contemporary jewellery designer originally from South Africa, now based in London. She has a background in Fashion Design and a Degree in Fine Art from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University of Port Elizabeth and a Diploma in Jewellery Design from the Vannetta Seecharran School of Jewellery in London. She works mainly in Sterling Silver, using sheet or wire as a starting point and occasionally using elements of gold, brass or oxidised components to create interesting material contrasts.