We featured Damien Hurst’s stunning diamond skull which reputedly sold for £50m ($100m). Opinion was divided on it’s artistic significance, but as an iconic symbol it seems to have spawned a whole genre of jewellery.
Take a look at this piece from Faith Jewellery:
Described as a “skull pendant crafted in contemporary white gold and encrusted with 26 points of real black and white diamonds.”
David Fenton of Faith Jewellery says:
`Fashion designers are continually inspiring us to be more individual, and the affordable prices of some retailers allows that to be possible. In today`s retail market, there is a growing desire to accessorise everything, so buyers` are looking for something a bit different.”
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