Pavé sapphire satyr band
Pavé sapphire satyr band
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- Designed & created by
- Alice Waese
- Issue date
- 25 November 2022
- New York
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A ring to treasure forever, this unbeliveable sapphire pavé band is signature Alice Waese; artistic and masterfully crafted.
Miranda Williams, Finematter
Alice is a skilled artist whose jewellery is influenced by drawing and sculpture, and made with a commitment to using high-quality materials and ethically sourced gemstones. Everything is handcrafted in textured gold, creating what can only be described as mini treasures.
A precious and highly durable metal which comes in different golden hues depending on its purity.
58.3% gold content, relatively hard with a subdued yellow hue, making it a popular choice for jewellery that lasts a lifetime.
Made of a single precious metal, this piece will never oxidise or discolour and will keep its looks for generations.
The surface has been polished to give it a bright shine. It can always be repolished to regain its shine after wear.
110 × Sapphires
Size and fit
Alice Waese: "I like things to be elegant and worn in. Playful and meaningful. I suppose contrast is important."
What is your background?
I grew up in Canada with my dad who is an artist and a computer programer and my stepmother who was a milliner. I studied at various schools; creative writing in Montreal, fashion design in Toronto, and fine art in London. I moved to New York to work with Maria Cornejo at Zero when I was 20. I then moved to London, and then back to New York where I currently live and work.
You studied fine art, how has that informed your jewellery practice?
While studying fine art I spent most of my time making sculpture and textiles. I think these mediums came together to create my current aesthetic. I didn’t study jewelry making so I apply a more sculptural technique to the work. I create very intuitively and allow the piece to tell the story of the process.