Imogen Belfield – Goddess Necklace

An amazing statement piece, ideal for that special occasion where something beautiful and striking is required. In creating this piece Imogen Belfield was recognised for her outstanding work and awarded ‘Best in Gold’ at the COUTURE Design Awards 2016, often considered ‘The Oscars’ of the jewellery industry.

Bespoke design, handmade in London with 18K gold multiple components set with 1.44 carats of black, coloured and ice diamonds.

Imogen Belfield

Since breaking into the world of fashion and jewellery in 2010, London based award winning jewellery designer Imogen Belfield is known for creating highly coveted pieces by that have won the hearts of numerous celebrities and has seen her named by Vogue Italia as one of its “VOGUE TALENTS”! A jewellery graduate with a background in fine art, Imogen is also passionate about sculptures which is evidenced through some of her amazing designs. Whilst completing an internship with renowned jeweller Shaun Leane, she was able to hone her craft and had the opportunity to work on exciting projects that included catwalk pieces for collaborations with Alexander McQueen and also Daphne Guinness. In recognition of her creative talent Imogen was also selected to participate in the British Fashion Council’s Rock Vault at London Fashion Week, curated by Stephen Webster.

Imogen is known for creating unique handmade jewellery sculptures ranging from cascading golden nugget pendants to statement “rockesque” rings. The striking textured and organic designs created by Imogen can be instantly recognised as one-of-a-kind pieces and are handmade at her exclusive London studio. For those wanting to experiment with her creativity and take things to another level, Imogen offers a bespoke service with a “rockesque’ feel providing a luxury design that will make a unique personal statement. As a socially aware jewellery designer Imogen has collaborated with MADE, a company working with communities in Kenya to create sustainable products with time honoured skills. She worked with local artisans in the capital Nairobi drawing upon her trademark sculptural style.

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