Abstract jewellery – styles that begged to be noticed
Are you looking for jewellery that attracts attention? Then an abstract piece could be your best choice. By its very nature, abstract jewellery has quirky, unusual shapes, demonstrating imagination and creativity. Let’s explore some terrific abstract jewellery designs:
Typical abstract jewellery styles
Nature: although abstract jewellery designers are inspired by just about everything, nature is a constant theme. Leaves, trees, landscapes, the sea and flowers are all used as a basis for abstract jewellery designs.
Geometrics: if you really want to make a statement, try abstract geometric jewellery. Squares, rectangles, triangles and circles make simple but striking pieces.
Curves: these unusual shapes are naturally eye-catching.
Colourful patterns: Vibrant, eye-popping designs for bangles, earrings and pendants.
Art Deco: Art Deco abstract jewellery often mixes metals and gems in a striking design.
Buying Abstract Jewellery
There are several sources for abstract jewellery:
UK-based Martha Jackson is inspired by nature and creates a range of mixed-metal earrings and silver Art Deco-style jewellery. But she is just one of the independent designers out there –others offer their own distinctive designs, and so do mainstream retail stores, although they can be harder to find. A further option is to get a piece designed especially for you.
Abstract jewellery offers jewellery lovers something unconventional.
Characteristic themes like nature, geometrics and vibrant designs are available from both mainstream and independent sellers – or ask your gemmologist to commission a bespoke piece.
For custom jewellery design that is sure to capture attention call Diamonds by Design today.