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London based designer Kate Sibley, of design studio Sibley Grove, talks us through her new bold and sustainable jewellery collection created with beautifully folded stone paper.
Written by Maria Papadimitriou
Kate Sibley Jewellery by Laura Griffin
When I first looked at images of Kate Sibley's stone 'paper' Future Jewellery I was reminded of a gorgeous book I fell in love with a few years ago called 'The Paper Jewelry Collection: Easy to wear and ready to make pop out artwear'. It features beautiful patterns printed on variously shaped paper which you can remove from the book and fold in different ways to create eye catching jewellery pieces. I still have this book and, like Kate Sibley's jewellery, find it hugely inspiring. Both push boundaries in terms of what form jewellery pieces can have and what materials they are made of - the latter being especially crucial at the moment in terms of sustainability. The limited edition pieces by Kate Sibley are transitory and deliberately have a short lifespan, agreeing with the… read more