Diana’s jewellery is chunky and androgynous, with an intrinsic integrity in both design and finish. Her creative inspiration comes from personal and political beliefs, expressed through words which form a major feature of her work. These are used as decoration in combinations of gold on matt silver, acid etched for contrast and tactile qualities. Often words are split between two, three or four pieces so that what initially appears as indecipherable marks, make sense only when joined with complimentary pieces, giving Diana’s work and intriguing additional dimension.
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