Dan Cox’s work comprises of elements that can be transferred across a broad range of jewellery styles.
Asian culture is an inspiration. Some of Dan’s work is inspired by the traditional Khmer carvings of Angkor an architecture dating between the 8th and 15th centuries AD. The motifs used in his jewellery are characteristic of the period.
Dan works with a range of materials including gold, sterling silver, brass, recycled aluminium, semi precious stones and resin which is used to great effect in his lotus rings.
Dan’s menswear range includes the use of cement fondue married with sterling silver and his latest cufflinks have been handcrafted using a range of techniques.
For more about the process go to our Artists at Work Series and view Dan at work.
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