Aurelia Yeomans — 'Molecular Tourmaline' Necklace
Dive into a microscopic world... This delicate necklace is inspired by the stunning molecular geometries that form the miniature building blocks of the elements. Handcrafted in polished 9 karat yellow gold and set with a stunning green tourmaline, this piece is simple and wearable - a perfect gift that can be passed on through the generations.
Aurelia Yeomans is a jeweller based in Melbourne. Her practice is informed by nature and a fascination with metamorphosis and phenomena. Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature, her works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enamelling steel that has won her international recognition.
Yeomans' work has been exhibited extensively in Australia, Europe, and the USA including a significant commission for the National Gallery of Victoria. She has undertaken formal training in goldsmithing and design in Germany, as well as completing a Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) in Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT University, Melbourne.
Materials: 9kt yellow gold, round 4.5mm green tourmaline (0.39cts), 9kt yellow gold square cable chain (0.7mm thick)
Dimensions: 45cm length