Enamelled Ouroboros Charm

Jessica de Lotz Jewellery

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    • Order placed
    • 15th June
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    • 28th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 2nd - 3rd July
    • Express delivery
    • 1st - 2nd July

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

This is one of our 'Letters of Note' winning words, inspired by the theme of 'New Beginnings'

Alongside our winning word RESET, we also chose the symbol of The Ouroboros, which is a snake eating its own tail as a symbol of new beginnings and the eternal cyclical renewal of life, death and rebirth.

We really wanted to inject colour into this piece so we have enamelled the seal with a rich and bold green to represent growth as it is in nature. There is a hand holding onto the charm to offer its wearing support and guidance when it is needed.

Need to know

Silver with 18ct gold highlights,

Limited Editions of 35. Each numbered with a stamp.

These take 3-4 weeks to hand-make.

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 2nd - 3rd July

Express delivery: £0.00
Receive it by 1st - 2nd July

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Jessica de Lotz Jewellery

London

Discover storytelling jewellery with Jessica de Lotz, unique personalised pieces made by hand in London at Jessica's studio-workshop in Kentish Town. Jessica is one to bookmark for gifts and treats for yourself, full of meaning, nostalgia and storytelling with modern-day influences. Jessica calls her customers her storytellers, and it's that caring, thoughtful relationship that creates designs with emotions, memories, sentimentality, symbolism and heritage.

Jessica studied her craft at Central Saint Martins, where she graduated in 2008 to award-winning praise and success, including several high-profile awards including the Coutts New Jewellers Award. Jessica immediately set up her namesake business which stands strong today, female-founded and a pillar of the local community. You'll find Jessica at her workbench in the shop, behind a peep-hole window, she she handcrafts all of her designs with her team and materials sourced from local partners, supporting the jewellery trade she was schooled in.

The essence of every JdL piece is uniqueness - pieces tailored entirely to each wearer, inviting questions of meaning and symbolism. Whether it’s celebrating life and love or commemorating loss, you'll discover truly special, one-of-a-kind, modern heirlooms that wearers cherish forever and pass to future generations.