Maud Traon is known for taking an approach to making jewellery that combines vibrant colours and an unusual way of setting stones. Maud’s work sits in direct contrast to the standard approach to jewellery of setting highly cut stones within a traditional fixing. The stones are set in a manner that reflects their natural structure, glitter is treated as an equal to precious stones and the object in its entirety appears to have fallen out of a natural wonderland.
Maud’s work has been exhibited in numerous major jewellery and crafts exhibitions in the UK and world wide, including London’s Goldsmiths, Collect, Jerwood Contemporary Makers and Unexpected Pleasures: The Art of Contemporary Jewellery at London’s Design Museum and the National Gallery of Victoria.
The Spiky Pendant is one of the Maud Traon's signature piece. Here in a light green and gold plated ..
The Watermelon Ring is made from four large Amethyst Marquise Cut Stones that seem to simultaneously..