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MEGAN COLLINS 'Kia' 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 'Kia' Necklace

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MEGAN COLLINS 'Kia' Necklace

145.00

'Kia' Necklace
Polished, brushed and dark oxidised silver
Combined size of 3 pendant pieces: 90 mm x 20 mm
Hanging length: 30 cm

This necklace is quite long and is simply put on over the head, without need of a clasp. Each silver piece has a contrasting texture and the linked 'petals' move gently as it is worn. A simple, stylish necklace, very wearable as an elegant everyday necklace.  
 

 

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As a designer Megan Collins' inspiration is drawn from natural forms, often ones that reflect her South African heritage.  Each piece in Megan’s new SUCCULENT collection begins by abstracting a natural form into a geometric shape, which is then translated into silver, or gold plated silver.

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.