My animals’ collection reflects my own interaction with fauna which on one
hand has come as a gift from my ancestors
and on the other hand by my current life
experience as suburban dweller.
My animal collection therefore differs
significantly within its content. Some pieces were inspired by my own family
fairy tales and stories reminiscent of
archaeological finds. Meanwhile, my coexistence with London
suburban animals such as squirrels, rabbits and
foxes is a daily occurrence
and therefore these animals look fairly
Silver Rabbits ring - There was
an illness amongst the rabbits on Hampstead
Heath London.To wish them well, I cast my spell on
two embracing rabbits.
Can be made in silver, gold-plated silver and
yellow 18ct gold.
is take on big fish heads. The fish heads
have been wax carved and cast in silver. I
made them helplessly being caught so they
hang on a hook.
I have chosen offside drilled citrine beads,
which look like a flexible fish vertebrae
and triangular blue topaz beads as the fish
Since the beads slide inside the top of the
clasp, their position is always flexible as
would be a caught catch. The necklace is
humorous, and is full of light and colour.
Extremely rare earrings
with running hares, cast in fine silver and
finished in a brilliant mirror finish
Bracelet with silver hare
pendant in either matt or brilliant finish and
matt hematite beads.
necklace inspired by my local Hampstead Heath
rabbits or hares. Obviously you will not see
such an agile rabbit, and definitely not a
hare, happily running in our urban parks
frustrated hungry foxes and pleasantly
surprised passers-by. I loved them so much
that I carved one
from wax and cast it in Silver. This silver
rabbit pendant looks very stylish on a
string of knotted round matt hematite beads.
Squirrel necklace (18") with
solid cast silver squirrel pendant and matt
hematite beads (8mm).
This bracelet is labour of
love. It has two horse heads with bayonet
clasps. I carved the horse heads in wax first
and then they are cast in silver, after which
a bayonet clasp was added.
Please note that because these are solid cast
and not a hollow heads, they are pleasantly
weighty. Here in the photo’s you will see
bracelet with silver coloured pearls, 4,3 and
All pearls regardless of size are knotted. For
those who are looking for something less
classic than pearls, other options are
possible, for example matt hematite beads or
any other stones
of your own choice. Please contact Kochi for
advice and a quotation which would depend on
the stones chosen.
Common suburban villain an
urban fox. In my case I carved fox heads as
fittings for a bracelet. Silver bracelet with Pearls or
necklace for a foxy lady
Unique necklace (18") with cast silver fox
and matt hematite beads (8mm).
silver birds pecking little pearls
We do not see
sparrows any more in London, do we? So I
decided to glamorise these
missing sparrows a little bit by providing
them with tiny pearls. Sometimes even
little sparrows can peck something as
precious as pearls. Good luck for my
perhaps with pearls they will be back in
our gardens ?
Hoops should not be
frightening if they just serve to be cage
for a little singing bird.
These earrings can be ordered with
preferential colourings of precious gem
beads, prices will differ depending on the
cost of gem beads and weight of the gold or
Beads could be red rubies, blue iollites,
green peridots, green emeralds, pink
sapphires, grey greenish sapphires, violet
or blue tanzanites.
Contact Kochi for a price with your
Gold 18ct large
deer pendant with 40cm chain.
Further copies can be ordered with the chain
enlivened with precious gem beads.
It is all about a little deer
having a rest in green forest with icy blue
Gold 18ct bracelet with a little deer pendant
on a chain interspersed with chrome diopside
green beads and sea blue apatite briolette.
Gold 18ct little
deers earrings with chains including
emerald beads. They are just adorable !!!
Sweat little silver deer’s
earrings on posts.
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