Following the artistic footsteps of both her mother Odile Noll and her grandfather Alexandre Noll, Parisian jeweller Catharine Noll is renowned for her bold designs and passion for natural materials. Working primarily with wood, ivory, perspex and crystal, Noll creates an unusual primitive and sophisticated form of jewellery. This beautiful wooden bead necklace with a wooden fastening mechanism, originates from the 1970s. The necklace is a length of 52cm.
Mainly inspired by beautiful places in which Irene Danilovich has lived, she brings new dimensions to jewellery design by bringing symbols and letters to life in her pieces. This necklace consists of four sterling silver shapes, bound together with leather. The length of the necklace measures 46cm.