A Festive ALIAS by Theo Fennell

It may seem months away yet, but it's that time of year again when Christimas comes faster than you think, and Theo Fennell's ALIAS charms will show you why.


Theo Fennell has always been known for his weird and wonderful approach to jewellery design, but his recent ALIAS pieces have seen the British jewellery designer embrace his somewhat mellower side.

December is only a month away, and festive cheer is slowly starting to take over the high street. What better way to indulge in the Christmas spirit than with two new Theo Fennell charms? Available from 19th November, a charming little penguin and rotund, red-breasted Robin have been made in silver and enamel.

ALIAS is the name of the Theo Fennell collections that specialise in fine silver jewellery. "I wanted to produce a collection that reflected our design heritage but in materials we haven't used before," explains Fennell. "It give us the freedom to explore new boundaries and make the collections more available to a wider audience, from young to old, in both price and feel."

Released earlier in the year, Fennell's Meadow collection, also part of the ALIAS line, again embraces Fennell's softer side - once you get past the trademark skull and cross pendant, that is. With a delicious, delicate palette, these pendants reinterpret two of the designer's trademark motifs into something altogether lighter. Crafted in silver and jade, and finished with either a bee, dragonfly or blossom motif, they are a breath of fresh air just as the grey weather begins to creeps in.

Released on 19 November, Fennell's festive charms will retail for £95, whilst the Meadow collection is already available, with prices starting at £175.

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