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This is a ring replete with all the right details – ample volume on top, perfected shanks, lightly contoured form. It carries the silhouette, albeit somewhat distorted, of that classic signet your great-uncle* wore without the weight of history and class politics. You can engrave it with a shield if you want – but we won’t help you with that. An alternative to streetwear’s reinvention of the signet.

(*We would not presume to have a guess at his name here.)

Custom-made: despatched in 2-3 weeks 


The piece is thoughtfully handcrafted in sterling silver and is available with platinum plating or 14ct yellow gold plating. Available in sizes small, medium and large. The width of the piece is 17mm and its depth is 1mm. 

Good to know

* Made in solid sterling silver

* Ethically sourced materials

* One year guarantee

* It is certified in accordance with the Hallmarking Act 1973


Delivery is free within UK, EU and USA. Delivery to all other destinations is subject to a single fee of £20 per order.  

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The piece is thoughtfully handcrafted in recycled sterling silver and plated in platinum or 14ct yellow gold.


Size Guide

Small is US 5.5 / UK L

Medium is US 6.5 / UK N

Large is US 7.5 / UK P



Good to know

* Made in solid sterling silver

* Recycled metal

* One year guarantee

Collection Narrative

Fold is a comment on memory, society, consumerism and a host of other massive topics. Dramatic silhouettes flow elegantly and effortlessly in a series of pieces that present creases, pleats, ruffles, and layered folds and explore the essences of texture and shape.

Referencing the way drapery has been used by painters to convey movement since the Renaissance, particularly in the sketches of Leonardo da Vinci, Fold is fascinated by the way fabric is folded depending on the particularities of the human condition. Informed by a knowledge of art history, the collection narrates differences in a series of folds: a neat fold in the medieval Dutch portrait, a careless fold in that of a merchant sitting for a renaissance painter - these tell the story not just of a person's mood but also their historical moment.

Combining with the history of painting, the collection also investigates the writings of Georges Perec's and his exploration and documentation of the everyday and "that which is generally not taken note of, that which is not noticed, that which has no importance". Referring back to Perec's work, household cloths, folded bedsheets and hair scrunchies are used as motifs throughout Fold - not only for their ability to capture qualities of form, light and atmosphere, but for their material and everyday presence.

Fold uses a combination of materials including ceramics, pearls and precious stones - moving fluidly between the disciplines of jewellery and sculpture. The colours of the ceramics are rendered in green, blues and whites - bands of pure colour that recall the light and shadows in the vegetable garden of the designer's grandmother in Devon.


Delivery is free within UK, EU and USA. Delivery to all other destinations is subject to a single fee of £20 per order.  

Delivery Methods

All orders are shipped worldwide via express courier and covered via insurance throughout. As soon as we have shipped your order you will receive an email stating the tracking number. You can only specify a different delivery address from your billing address if it is your place of work. A signature is required for delivery.

Despatch time

2-3 weeks

Mobile numbers for shipping

Please note that if you provide a valid mobile number your order will be automatically upgraded to DHL On Demand Service (subject to destination), which will allow you to choose the option of specifying a location where a parcel can be left without a signature, reschedule your delivery or choose to collect your package from a DHL Service Point.


Source Material

Robert Smithson, The Collected Writings (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996) / Albert Camus, The Fall (London, Penguin Classic, 2006)

Background noise

While this collection was in development we may or may not have been influenced by the following experiences:

[01] Watching all of the films of Olivier Assayas and Christian Petzold available on DVD in the UK. [02] Listening to Olafyur Arnalds and Johann Johannsson on Spotify.


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