The Espoir necklace depicts two women dancing joyfully with abandon on the front, ‘Espoir’ meaning ‘hope’, is engraved on the reverse.
Part of the “Wobbly Bits” collaboration between French artist Laetitia Rouget and Deborah Blyth, this necklace is crafted in our London studio through the process of lost wax casting. The pendant measures 15mm and is made from 18 carat gold plated recycled brass, it hangs from a gold filled adjustable 16/18 inch chain.
Created during the past year, this collaboration aims to celebrate ‘joie de vivre’, encouraging positivity as we move forward from the recent challenging times. The fabulous wobbly bodies are a reminder to love and embrace our perfect imperfections in all their glory!
A percentage of all sales from this collection will be donated to the charity Women’s Aid, who work tirelessly to end domestic abuse against women and children. During the pandemic there has been an increase of 49% in number of calls to the helpline.