Disa Allsopp Jewellery has gained increasing popularity in recent months thanks to its distinctive bohemian allure and rough organic designs. The core of the collection is a staggering variety of 18ct to 22ct gold rings, necklaces and earrings with statement designs and eye-catching texture.
With a clear vintage feel, the jewellery resembles ornate ceremonial pieces from the Roman, Aztec and Incan cultures. Her oxidized silver selection is severe and dramatic, albeit with a subtle gothic feel. The signature silver, gold and garnet ring retails for £700 and goes beautifully with the golden disk necklace for £5,000 that is an absolute work-of-art. Her jewellery is surprisingly contemporary with a timeless edge and exotic appeal – an absolute must-have for the modern free-spirited woman.
The delicate coiled rings retail for £700 each and are a delightful mixture of eclectic charm made of spiralled bashed gold spaghetti curls topped with vividly-coloured garnets. In the earring designs Disa sticks to a ‘less is more’ motto and produces eloquent and sophisticated shapes that are minimalistically enchanting. The £600- skewwhiff rounded earrings are rough, matte and imperfectly spherical and go well with the rest of the pieces. The signature ‘ruffled’ motif is subtly displayed throughout the collection, giving it a certain rough allure and vintage feel.
The hand-crafted pieces boats clear inspiration from ancient jewellery of the Etruscans, Egyptians, Greek & Roman civilisations. They incorporate a variety of precious and semi-precious stones in an exquisite blend with 18 and 22ct gold and silver. Her signature style has gained popularity thanks to the unique blend of materials and their clever use in intricate ‘spaghetti-like’ designs that make her rings different than the mainstream jewellery offered.
As a whole, her range includes more affordable pieces as well as those fit for a special occasion that will definitely turn an eye at any event.