A while ago, as I was browsing the Internet instead of doing Uni related work, I came across another jewellery website - Eclectic Eccentricity. For those of you who never heard of this label, EE are an online jewellery boutique specialising in vintage pieces. Here is some background information to put you in the picture:
With a penchant for the pretty, Eclectic Eccentricity's founder Lucy Crick started scouring antique shops and markets for quaint curios and exquisite gems; piecing them together with other trinkets and treasures found hidden away for years. This is the heart of EE: each and every piece weaves a tale, from it's individual components, a new story is made.... it's jewellery with stories to tell....
Following from the success of last year’s Geometric launch, Eclectic Eccentricity have recently released Geometrics v.2, a new collection of bold geometric shapes, fluid lines and sumptuous universe-inspired beads. Think mathematical forms meets tribal accents and vintage flourishes. Perfection! I asked Grace, the lovely person behind EE's press team, to send me some images of the new collection's lookbook to be able to share them with you. These are the pieces that mostly caught my eyes:
The Deianira necklace consists of a duo of brass triangles entwined with gold plated chain.
It is then finished with softly tumbled Pyrite beads.
Isis triangle pyramid necklace // Callisto multi drop charm necklace // Akira triple triangle necklace
The Penelope vintage charm bangle consists of a triplicate of vintage metal base bangles with a bronze, copper and silver patina, completed with golden brass diamonds and a 'mix and match' selection of Titanium Quartz, Turquoise or Pyrite bead.
How gorgeous are these pieces? I love them all, but my ultimate favourites are the Callisto multi drop charm necklace and the Marilla lapis lazuli ring. These items and all the others that are part of this collection can be bought here. What do you think of this collection? I'm sure you'll love it as much as I do!
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