Gego and Helio Jewellery

Lynne MacLachlan

Gego Bangles
Gego Bangles
Helio Fan Earrings
Helio Fan Earrings
Gego Bangles
Gego Bangles
Helio Fan Earrings
Helio Fan Earrings
Gego Ring
Gego Ring
Gego Ring
Gego Bangles
Gego Bangles
Helio Fan Earrings
Helio Fan Earrings
Gego Ring
Gego Ring
Gego Bangles
Gego Bangles
Helio Fan Earrings
Helio Fan Earrings
Gego Ring
Gego Ring
from £38 (instore only)

Gego Sphere Ring
A shaped ring with a mesh pattern which create Moire patterns as the wearer moves around. Bold and sculptural, yet still easy to wear and available in a range of vibrant colours. Materials: 3D printed nylon, hand dyed in the UK. 3D printed nylon is a light, yet strong and slightly flexible material with a matt finish. 2 x 3.5 x 2 cm

Gego Statement Bangle
Sphere shaped statement bangle with a mesh pattern which creates Moire patterns as the wearer moves around. Bold and sculptural, yet still easy to wear and available in a range of vibrant colours. Hand-dyed 3D printed nylon is a light, strong and slightly flexible material with a matt texture. Hand aperture of bangle is 65mm or 69mm, aprox 100mm in diameter

Helio Fan Earrings
Fan shaped stud earrings with a mesh pattern which creates Moire patterns as the wearer moves around. Bold and sculptural, yet still easy to wear and available in a range of vibrant colours. Hand-dyed 3D printed nylon is a light, strong and slightly flexible material with a matt texture. Aprox 4cm across.

Lynne MacLachlan

Lynne MacLachlan is a designer, maker and researcher. Lynne’s work is characterised by her innovative processes. Her Glasgow studio tests the limits of materials and techniques to produce lightweight structures designed for the body. Using electric colour palettes MacLachlan hand dyes each piece creating shimmering Moiré interference patterns. She is best known for using 3D printed nylon, a durable, light material that has a tactile matt textured surface. Combining these tools with meticulous hand finishing techniques, such as dying, polishing and construction, elevates the pieces further.

“My designs play with light, space and colour, to create visual delight for both the wearer and the viewer.”

After a degree in aerospace engineering Lynne returned to education to study jewellery and metalwork design, and completed an MA at the Royal College of Art. She also recently completed a PhD with the Open University, researching how designer-makers find creative opportunities through tools and applying these strategies to multi-material 3D printing.

Lynne’s work has been recognised with awards from the Goldsmiths Craft and Design Council, the Scottish International Education Trust, a Dewar Arts Award to fund her studies at the Royal College of Art and most recently a maker bursary from the Inches Carr Trust. She has exhibited widely in the UK, and Europe and America, with organisations such as the Craft Scotland, the Crafts Council, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Centre for Craft and Design and London Design Festival.

Instagram: @lynnemaclachlanstudio

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