This white coral beach inspired brooch is made with a stick shaped dead coral, hand textured silver shallow domes and coral formed pieces, moonstones and naturally cabochon shaped shells on a silver frame.  Made with sterling silver, dead coral and shells from a beach in Okinawa, Japan Stone: moonstone  Approx.70mm x 25mm x 15mm  Stones: 4mm diameter/ Shells: approx. 3-5mm diameters
This white coral beach inspired brooch is made with a stick shaped dead coral, hand textured silver shallow domes and coral formed pieces, moonstones and naturally cabochon shaped shells on a silver frame.  Made with sterling silver, dead coral and shells from a beach in Okinawa, Japan Stone: moonstone  Approx.70mm x 25mm x 15mm  Stones: 4mm diameter/ Shells: approx. 3-5mm diameters
This white coral beach inspired brooch is made with a stick shaped dead coral, hand textured silver shallow domes and coral formed pieces, moonstones and naturally cabochon shaped shells on a silver frame.  Made with sterling silver, dead coral and shells from a beach in Okinawa, Japan Stone: moonstone  Approx.70mm x 25mm x 15mm  Stones: 4mm diameter/ Shells: approx. 3-5mm diameters

White Coral Beach Brooch

Vendor
YSA Jewellery
Regular price
£390.00
Sale price
£390.00
Unit price
per 
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by Yuki Assiter

This white coral beach inspired brooch is made with a stick shaped dead coral, hand textured silver shallow domes and coral formed pieces, moonstones and naturally cabochon shaped shells on a silver frame.

Made with sterling silver, dead coral and shells from a beach in Okinawa, Japan
Stone: moonstone

Approx.70mm x 25mm x 15mm

Stones: 4mm diameter/ Shells: approx. 3-5mm diameters

Yuki is from Kamakura, Japan and has lived and worked in London since 2004. She has worked as a large scale metals welder, packaging  designer and editorial designer in Tokyo during her twenties.

Yuki’s collections are inspired by her positive events in her life and the environment in her surroundings and the differences of Jewellery history in England and Japan. She explores textures, shapes and patterns derived from traditional embroidery, textiles to cities and nature.