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Wed 10.6.

Architectural jewellery by Jacqueline Rabun

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 10.06.2009 - Tagged as: , ,

'Grace' by Jacqueline Rabun

'Grace', a solitaire diamond encased (not set) in a grid, by Jacqueline Rabun

Maybe it was the naïveté that allowed her to create this unconventional jewellery in organic shapes – the London-based, self-taught designer Jacqueline Rabun found her passion in jewellery after working in a contemporary jewellery gallery in Los Angeles. Since launching her first collection nearly 20 years ago Jacqueline Rabun has developed a poetic, to my mind also a quite architectural approach to jewellery design.

'Cave' for Georg Jensen by Jacqueline Rabun

'Cave' for Georg Jensen by Jacqueline Rabun

Jacqueline Rabun designs fine contemporary jewellery, and design objects predominantly produced in 18 carat gold. The remaining pieces are produced in silver or platinum – all her design objects are handcrafted in England.

In October 2007 Jacqueline opened her eponymous boutique in Belgravia, London.

to the Jacqueline Rabun website