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Flora Bhattachary Fine Jewellery

radial patterns and gemstone colour

Flora Bhattachary’s work draws on her bohemian childhood and an instinctive love of colour and pattern. She creates designs in traceable stones and recycled gold that celebrate the vibrancy of the world. Her practice brings together personal stories with symbolic references from art and culture – blending a diverse mix of influences from floral motifs to Indian culture, Art Deco, seventies style and nineties rave. Flora captures attention with statement fine jewels that play with radial patterns and gemstone colour. Flora’s jewels balance traditional hand making skills and stone carving alongside CAD and modern technologies.

Flora spent some of her childhood in India, and consequently is drawn to inspiration from Indian art and design.  She explores circular forms and geometric radial patterns, and has used her work to explore Arts and Crafts thinking about the links between perceived beauty and the natural world. Flora says, “I make parallels between the patterns I see in architecture or design and the underlying structures in nature – most particularly in flower motifs.  My work draws these influences together to create abstracted and stylized jewels in precious metal and stone.”

In 2015 the Design-Nation team was pleased to award Flora the One Year On award at New Designers. We are delighted she is now a Professional Member of our network.

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