Gold Amun-Ra Necklace£160
The Story of the Piece
This twisted chain and simple shape represents the power of female family that Emily Robson felt from her mother. This intergenerational theme runs through her second Motley collection, coming full circle with this necklace in 18 karat gold vermeil. Named after Amun-ra, the chief of the ancient Egyptian gods, it has power dressing written all over it.
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About the Designer
British designer Emily Robson has created two collections for Motley. Drawing inspiration from all over the world, she delves into far-flung places and family for her inspiration, taking particular note of ancient Egypt with its sphinxes, gods and precious metals. We love the Christopher Kane design alumni for her bold use of shape and her subtleties with texture. One of design's true masters.
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About the designer
Ex-Christopher Kane designer Emily Robson draws inspiration from all over the world for her distinctive jewellery, often referencing ancient artisanal techniques.
Her bold and brilliant collection for Motley is a classic Robson riff on Egyptian iconography, featuring jackals, sphinxes and torques.Shop designer products
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