Description

Theo Fennell Diamond Trio Reveal Drop Earrings

Metal                                      : 18ct White Gold

Weight                                    : 2.50 g

Stone                                      : Round Brilliant Cut Diamond

Colour                                    : G/H

Clarity                                    : VS

Total Diamond Weight       : 1.50 ct

Earring Drop                         : 1.60 cm

*Complete with Theo Fennel Valuation and Theo Fennel Box

 

 

All weights and measurements in the above descriptions are approximations only.
All jewellery is professionally cleaned and polished, and rings resized if needed.
All items are supplied with generic boxes and packaging when the originals are not available.

 

About Theo Fennell*

After art school, Theo Fennell’s first job was as an apprentice and designer at Edward Barnard, a long-established silversmith in Hatton Garden.  He then went solo in a small studio and workshop opposite Barnard’s and in 1982 moved to 177 Fulham Road and a small shop with a studio and workshop attached in 1997, the company moved to 169 Fulham Road, a purpose-built building, where it still has its workshops and studio above the showroom gallery.

In 2007, Fennell held an exhibition, Show Off! at London’s Royal Academy of Art, consisting of an array of installations, dioramas, paintings, presentations and sculptures, each showcasing a piece of Fennell’s jewellery.

In 2008, Fennell founded The Original Design Partnership, a design consultancy, specialising in jewellery, silver, and curios while also working in other design fields, and mentoring young British designers.

By 2011, Fennell had expanded from jewellery into items such as silver photo frames, cocktail shakers and jugs, with more products in design. In 2011, bespoke items, including the Secret Garden ring with yellow gold, Paraiba tourmaline, diamond and enamel were listed at £40,000 or more.

In May 2022, Fennell announced that after 25 years, he was to move from 197 Fulham Road to Chelsea Barracks, as the rent had become “ludicrous”.

Customers have included Elton John, Elizabeth Hurley, Madonna, and Lady Gaga.

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