Alan Ardiff Jewellery
Unique and beautiful, Alan Ardiff jewellery is truly beguiling and always full of surprises. We are honoured to showcase this outstanding collection which features fascinating aspirational pieces that will always be talking points.
"I have been day-dreaming most of my life, creating work that is wondrous, sometimes wise but always heart-warming!"
Skilfully created from silver and gold, each Alan Ardiff piece offers a touch of whimsy to partner the stylish yet naïve design qualities. Fashionable and incredibly wearable, the pendant, bracelets, earrings and cufflinks boast intricate details and popular motifs including stars, hearts, cats and birds. Inspiring emotional responses, the stunning jewellery can never be ignored and tends to be memorable!
With many pieces featuring kinetic elements, the novel designs incorporate surprising movement. From spinning hearts to flapping wings, Ardiff's innovative approach has delivered an attention-grabbing collection.
About Alan Ardiff
Born in 1965, Alan Ardiff is an Irish designer who has garnered a dedicated following. He graduated from the National College of Art and Design with a First Class degree in Metals before establishing his own studio. His revolutionary kinetic jewellery instantly made waves with its simple yet striking imagery and articulated elements.
Each design is created by Alan before his small team of skilled artisans craft the pieces for the collection. Hand finished and usually blessed with amusing names, the pieces are created in limited numbers. Many designs have completely sold out and Alan Ardiff jewellery is enthusiastically collected by his fans.
Alan says "Follow the Movement!" and we agree!
From the designer
"I have been day-dreaming most of my life, creating work that is wondrous, sometimes wise but always heart-warming!
I create my jewellery from a combination of gold and silver, with a number of the jewellery pieces incorporating kinetic parts; birds swing, stones rock and hearts roll!
I like to work in a number of art media; bronze, etching, print, painting and wearable art pieces.
Follow the Movement!"