The new jewelry by Tomasz Donocik and the extraordinary necklace created for London goldsmiths ♦︎
Some time ago the Goldsmiths Company commissioned Tomasz Donocik, a designer of Polish origin, but now a Londoner, to create a diamond necklace to commemorate the year of Michael Wainwright, Prime Warden of the British goldsmiths’ association, one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London, which received its first recognition by the king in 1327. The result was the Stellar Diamond Necklace.
The necklace is composed of baguette-cut diamonds for 19 carats, set with 266 18-karat gold links perfectly articulated. An encounter between the strength of the diamond and the elasticity of the layers that make up this architectural creation, explains the designer.
In addition to that piece of fine jewelery, Tomasz Donocik continues to design his jewels that always have geometric dynamism, with stones often cut into baguette, thin and colored. Like the Electric Night collection, where blue topazes and amethysts are tuned to the colors that light up the London hours from midnight onwards.