Tessellation Appreciation

Tania Clarkehall

Made from veg tan leather, Tania Clarkehall’s geometric jewellery is inspired by the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, the beauty of geometric solutions - and Liquorice All Sorts!

Award winning designs from Tania’s collections including my favourites Ruffle, Wound Up and With A Twist, are available to purchase worldwide at London’s South Bank Festival Terrace and MoMA San Francisco. Her studio is based at Cockpit Arts in Holborn and a full list of stockists can be found here.


Stephanie Ray

Using natural materials such as bamboo, walnut and ebony, Stephanie Ray creates beautiful modern yet delicate fine jewellery. Throughout each collection there are strong geometric shapes including honeycomb hexagons, cubes and circles.

A member of the Crafts Central and with her jewellery also available to buy at the Tate and the Tate Modern, Stephanie is based at Cockpit Arts in Holborn where you can make an appointment for a bespoke creation.