Gold Prince Albert Necklace
The Story of the Piece
Who said size matters? Christopher Thompson Royds' playful Prince Albert necklace packs quite the punch for a mini appendage. One to wear for a serious Board meeting.
Also available in sterling silver.
Every piece of Motley jewellery comes beautifully packaged and gift-ready, with its own free travel pouch and polishing cloth.
About the Designer
Christopher Thompson Royds is a British artist-jeweller based in Amsterdam. His work has been exhibited around the world, with his most recent show at Galerie Marzee in the Netherlands. Christopher’s jewellery collection for MOTLEY is, like the artist, quietly subversive and just a little bit playful. A unique MOTLEY member… Check out more of his work here.
Sizing & Materials
18 karat gold vermeil
Lobster clasp fastening
Drop: 24 cm*
Width: 0. 3cm
Weight: 1.46 g
*perfect anti-bounce length, it should be visible with an open neck shirt.
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In the wild
About the designer
Christopher Thompson Royds
Christopher Thompson Royds is a British artist-jeweller and Royal College of Art graduate. His work has toured the world, appearing at the V&A, The Zurich National Museum, and many others. Christopher’s work, like the artist, is quietly subversive and always a little bit playful.Shop designer products
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