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The Hidden Language Bangle- Gold Plated Recycled Silver Chunky Bangle
This highly textured bangle was inspired by an antique piece bought from a desert silver dealer in Morocco. He'd bought it from an Indian dealer who was selling antiques in Marrakech. The man had brotherly reverence and respect for the craftwork of his Indian friend's tradition, and told me that the Indian dealer had expressed the same respect and reverence for the North African traditional jewellery techniques.
I was struck by the way in which we keep traditions alive through the fabric of our appreciation. Objects made by human hands tell stories straight to our bodies, and we comprehend their poetry regardless of our mother tongue.
This bangle speaks to the ability of craft and beauty to move anyone who feels it. In this way, Beauty is entirely inclusive. It speaks to the wealth of traditional artistic techniques that inspire my work.
It speaks to lineage and ancestry.
It speaks to the basic yet profound language of pattern, and the way we understand it without words.
This is a heavy piece, a powerful statement bangle. Detailed with texture on the inside as well as outside, this piece is pleasurable from every angle you'll catch it at.
Made from pure recycled silver, sourced within the UK, plated with 22 carat warm yellow gold.
Your bangle is made using the traditional technique of lost wax casting. This makes each piece vary slightly, making it unique and ready to become part of your story.
Each piece of Loren Lewis Cole jewellery is made lovingly for you in England.
Please allow up to 4 weeks for the production of your bangle, unless it is listed in the CURRENTLY IN STOCK area of the site.
Power pieces - shrines to sensuality
Loren Lewis Cole Jewellery celebrates and promotes intuition and sensuality. Inspired by ancestral art, and the vivid splendour of the Wild Elements. Your jewellery is thoughtfully made in the U.K. using Eco Silver and FairTrade Gold.
I feel beautiful, feminine, and worthy, connected. This jewellery feels like it's made especially for you, you can feel that Loren connects to the inherent beauty of every living soul.
I've been buying jewellery from makers for many years and in many different countries. It's very important to me to support artisan craftsmanship and it was so lovely to find beautiful work practically on my doorstep! Your work is particularly interesting because I think that it is a distillation of experiences from your life and travels in a very beautiful way. For me, there are echoes of many of the places I have visited but with your own distinctive twist which makes it very eye catching and such a pleasure to wear. Each piece in your collection is a small work of art, a mini sculpture and that makes your work stand out from the crowd.
I love my jewellery when it's expressive and it supports me and my femininity. I love work that's not mainstream. Loren's Brand is not average. It's not made for everyone. I feel strong, sexy, sensual and special. It's not typical jewellery that you see in everyday life. I'm often asked about it and sometimes I don't want to tell people where it's from. I want to keep it as my little secret.
I wear my jewellery every day, it makes me feel powerful. The last piece added to my collection is your Galactic Medallion shield. I really fell in love with it. How very symbolic to fall in love with a golden magical shield at this time of great uncertainty and fear.
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