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British jewellery artist Imogen Belfield

(image from imogenbelfield.blogspot.co.uk):

creates conceptual pieces which seem inspired by contradictions:

smooth/textured,  simple/complex,  earthly/other worldly –

design experimentation which challenges conventions.

Completing her degree at Sir John Cass School of Art,

Ms. Belfield launched her label in 2010

and has shown at London Fashion Week (LFW).

(image from lilyandcoco.co.uk):

Crafted jewellery

ring shown at LFW, a/w 2013

There is a primitive aspect to her work.

It is raw, basic, yet intricate  … a multi-layered perspective:

 a sense of mystery

an enigmatic quality –

 as in investigating the origins and significance

of a rare archeological find.

(image from girlalamode.co.uk):

gold with stone

Therein lies the beguiling appeal of Ms. Belfield’s designs:

beauty for contemplation.

Her singular collections have attracted

a celebrity clientele.

She uses a mixture of materials,

which adds dimensionality to her creations.

Hers is a design approach

which is decidedly inventive.

(images from lushgazine.com):

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(images from youngbritishdesigners.com):

Sterling Silver 'Honey Plasma' Ring by Imogen Belfield

sterling silver honey plasma ring

Yellow Gold 'Plasma' Ring by Imogen Belfield

yellow gold plasma ring

Sterling Silver 'Orbital' Ring by Imogen Belfield

sterling silver orbital ring

Sterling Silver 'Chunky Carve' Ring by Imogen Belfield

sterling silver carve ring

Sterling Silver 'Grooves' Ring by Imogen Belfield

sterling silver grooves ring

Equilibrium – s/s, 2010

(images from heartymagazine.com):

Imogen Belfield SS10 silver leaves.earrings

Imogen Belfield SS10 'Scholar's rock'

Imogen Belfield SS10 'meteorite'

Imogen Belfield SS10 'asteroid'

Mark your diary:

Pieces from Ms. Belfield’s collections can be viewed at the exhibition –

Made in London: Jewellery, which runs until 23 April 2014

at the Museum of London