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Large enamelled rivet earrings in rust

by Rhi Frankton Jewellery



Sterling silver graffiti inspired earrings, featuring a rivet & brick enamelling in white, rust & yellow

Rhi’s new collection is inspired by urban themes; focusing on graffiti, textures and lines, qualities often unnoticed. Using enamelling techniques with sterling silver, Rhi creates these unique wanton pieces, small grungy works of art to adorn the body!

Please note due to being handmade and the enamelling process, no two pieces are the same, this makes the piece unique.

15mm x 15mm


Enamel, Silver

Size Guide

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Rhi Frankton Jewellery

Jewellery designer

Rhi graduated with a BA (hons) in Jewellery Design from Hereford College of Arts in 2014. Taking inspiration from urban scenes Rhi designs and handcrafts each piece in her small workshop near the seaside town of Porthcawl, South Wales. Working mainly in silver and various stone setting techniques; creating statement pieces with an industrial influence.

As featured in July’s issue of Tatler 2016 - 'Rhi Frankton's current collection 'Off The Rails' is inspired by urban scenes, resulting in a range of unique handmade pieces with a contemporary edge. Rough stones are set on chunky rings held together by rivets; these are certainly statement items with an industrial influence.'

I have always had a love of jewellery, adorning the body with sparkly beautiful things!

I love to collect inspiration, always at the ready with a camera and sketchbook! The whole process from inspiration to the finished collection; letting my designs develop accidentally.

My new collection ‘Off The Rails’ came after a trip to Budapest, Hungary – The jewel of Eastern Europe. Inspired by curved metal railings held together with large chunky rivets, I designed my collection around that concept. I explored curved textured forms, using cold connections, rather than the traditional soldering process. My collection has now developed further focusing more on stone set pieces (soldering is needed!) combining Welsh slate and a range of rough gem stones.

I love my job!

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