stainless steel, vitreous fired enamel, 925 silver, black cord
Collar is composed of thirteen hollow, box-like forms that boldly frame the neck and face. It is intended to occupy the space between collar and necklace, between clothing and jewellery. It sits – lying flat to the body (collar) - rather than falls (necklace). It’s primarily made of steel and strung like a necklace but is in a form that echoes fabric-based neck adornment and can be worn with the clasp at the front or back. Collar is representative of our era where distinct categorisation is less relevant.
Photograph by Andrew Barcham