Nana Fink’s summer collection is inspired by industrial art and design seen by the late 19th century explorers of Ancient Egypt.
The Adorée range uses a mixture of yellow and white gold, along with silver, to depict architectural and industrial elements from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Nana Fink’s jewellery is sold in the UK at the London flagship store of menswear designer Paul Smith.
Her jewellery is crafted by hand in Switzerland by a small team of artisans goldsmiths. The precision work, such as the finishing, is carried out by master artisans and by Nana Fink herself, the company says.
Key pieces in the Adorée collection are two bangles, influenced from jewellery in the 1880s – a time when tourists returning from the ancient wonders of Egypt brought images of pyramids home. One style of the bangle has gold pyramids on silver, retailing for £2480. The other is silver on silver retailing for £1440.
Earrings in the collection have double pyramids fused into art deco style diamond shapes. Rose and white gold versions retail for between £1280 and £1360.