Nobell Burnell Deluxe Pendant Necklace in Three Different Colours
Elegant and understated necklace for everyday wear by British jeweller Kassandra Lauren Gordon.
The geometric minimalist necklace has one square tube pendant and one round tube pendant with a hammered textured surface. The necklace is available in three different versions: 18 ct gold vermeil, rose gold vermeil and black rhodium on sterling silver. Choose from four different necklace chain lengths.
Jocelyn Bell Burnell is a Northern Irish astrophysicist. As a postgraduate student, she discovered the first radio pulsars while studying and advised by her supervisor Antony Hewish, for which Hewish shared the Nobel Prize with Martin Ryle. Jocelyn Bell Burnell was excluded, despite having been the first to observe and analyse the pulsars.
Kassandra Lauren Gordon jewellery satiates the desire of professional women for elegant handmade jewellery that can be worn seamlessly in professional as well as casual contexts. All pieces are handmade from precious metals and gemstones in her London studio. Kassandra studied jewellery manufacture and design in Hatton Gardens before setting up her own jewellery label. Her Jamaican heritage is reprented by the 'ackee' in the label's logo, Jamaica's national fruit. Many pieces of her jewellery collection are named after inspirational female scientists. Kassandra seeks to create designs of playful minimalism that allow ladies to bring character to their otherwise bland work clothes.