This silver and onyx necklace is designed and made by jeweller Genna Delaney and is inspired by natural rock formations along the coast of Tayside and Fife.
The silver pendant hangs on a silver snake chain. Originally 3D printed in polyamide, the pedant was then cast in silver and a black onyx stone added.
|Brand / Designer||Genna Delaney|
|Dimensions||42cm snake chain|
Genna Delaney is an award winning Scottish jeweller, designing and making bespoke jewellery inspired by architecture, the Scottish landscape and coast. Each piece is unique and is handcrafted by Genna in her Fife studio.
Passionate about designing and making jewellery, Genna thrives on producing superbly produced handcrafted pieces. Architecture is a major influence in her work inspiring both geometric forms and organic sculptures. Natural rock formations influence the texture and layering of many of her designs and the Scottish landscape has influenced some of the curves and shapes of pendants.
Genna enjoys working with precious metals such as silver and gold, and loves using unusually shaped stones and setting them in innovative ways into many of her one-off pieces. She also experiments in incorporating non-precious materials such as glass and resins into her work. Genna is constantly challenging the boundaries of jewellery design, producing both commercial and unique one-off pieces.