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Paula Bolton

Opal and Water Sapphire Bracelet

The National Gallery

£125.00 GBP

Bracelet

Opal

About

Inspired by the paintings of Monet, including his 1899 masterpiece The Water-Lily Pond, this gold-plated sterling silver bracelet is set with opal and water sapphire (iolite).

Designed by Paula Bolton, this gold-plated bracelet illustrates her passion for art, history and the garden by capturing the elusive effect of light on water with carefully chosen gemstones.

Hand-crafted in Bali by special people who are as spiritual as they are creative, this silver bracelet is made by craftsmen whose skills have been handed down from generation to generation.

Combining 925 silver with 18-carat gold-plating, Paula Bolton's tribute to Claude Monet and his paintings is a wearable work of art. Not only is it a distinctive reminder of Monet's water-lily canvases in The National Gallery, it's also a beautiful art jewellery gift for any lover of Impressionism.

Details

Lobster Clasp

23 cm length

Gold-plated Sterling Sliver

Inspiration: The Water-Lily Pond

About Paula Bolton

Paula Bolton is a self-taught British jewellery designer, specialising in contemporary design pieces as well as art, heritage and museum collections. With a keen interest in art, Paula takes inspiration from national treasures in some of the finest museums and galleries and transforms them into wearable works of art. Paula Bolton jewellery is ethically produced by a Balinese family who provide their staff with fair wages, rice subsidies and help with education.
Born in Coventry in 1966, Shaw studied at Sheffield Polytechnic and Royal College of Art, London. Shaw’s previous exhibitions have included 'What I did this Summer' (2003–2004) 'Woodsman' (2009) and most recently 'Neither My Arse Nor My Elbow' (2013) at the Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin.

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