The fantasies of Hattie Rickards, a British jewelery brand specializing in bespoke jewels ♦ ︎
The look on British design of the jewelry is inevitably posed on the ethical aspect linked to the use of sustainable materials and produced with respect for human dignity: she thinks so too Hattie Rickards, young and appreciated artisan in the panorama of London, crowded of signatures. After the design school, Hattie has taken the first steps working for Solange Azagury Partridge and Kara Ross. Then, you are putting on their own, emphasizing the ethical aspect: the gold used by the designers is to fairtrade, that is not harmful for the environment and for those who work it back out.
But this issue does not involve compromises with the creation of their own lines of jewelry. Personal, original and craftsmanship: these are three adjectives are abused in the world of jewelry. The right definition for Hattie is, however, passionate. A certain geometry or, better, a simplicity in the forms, is mitigated by the choice of the stones and their combination with gold. Eventually stem from pieces look nice, pretty precious to tempt, but not overly opulent as to arouse curiosity only.