A gem-set ring with matching pendant by Geoffrey Rowlandson, the ring mounted with a crystal-form section of rock crystal in 18ct yellow and white gold, set with four straps of round brilliant-cut diamonds, the half-moon-form yellow gold shoulders each set with three black onyx, London marks for 2002, signed, inventory number GR083, size M; with matching rock crystal, diamond and black onyx pendant, with London marks for 2003, signed, inventory number GP015, on a fine bead-link yellow gold neck chain, pendant 4cm Geoffrey Rowlandson was born in 1931 into a family of fashion and jewellery designers. The Rowlandson Company began as a means to create bespoke classic jewellery and twenty years ago the Rowlandson Unique Collection was established to create original and innovative pieces of jewellery. Geoffrey~s talents were recognised by the Worshipful Company of Goldsmith, earning him ~Jewellery Designer of the Year~ twice, 1998-9 and 2002-3, as well as numerous commended awards including ~Me and My Shadow~ in 2002 and ~The Royal Christening~ in 2014. The Victoria & Albert Museum exhibited his ~Fire and Ice~ Tiara in 2002. Three of his pieces including ~Grand Jeté~ were again selected for their 2013 Pearl exhibition. More recently in 2014 The Royal Christening brooch was awarded a commendation by The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths.
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