The multi-award-winning Verto necklace has appeared around the globe on catwalks and red carpets, and in music videos and exhibitions. Prized for its unique design and the high quality craftsmanship, privately commissioned pieces feature in major international collections.
A story of transformation
Verto began with a single necklace, made for renowned collector Tuan Lee. Its adaptability has allowed it take on numerous variations with different colours, materials and sizes. Specially commissioned pieces have been made in wood, aluminium, silver and gold.
Silver and Diamond
The Silver and Diamond Verto Necklace, completed in 2015, has won numerous awards including the Goldsmiths’ company award, "given at the discretion of the Council for exceptional and outstanding design in 2D and 3D”.
Specially commissioned Verto necklaces feature in major private collections including those of Tuan Lee, Olnick Spanu, Lady Helen Hamlyn and Dr Sarah Siegler. (picture of different Vertos)
Verto neck pieces are made of identical flat discs, coloured differently on each side, spaced along an engineered, silicone core. This allows the piece to mould to anyone's body shape. (close up of Verto)
Shape shifting flexibility
The flexibility ofVerto gives it a unique versatility that allows it to be worn in a variety of shapes, depending on your preference or mood.
Show stopping impact
Verto has featured on the catwalk for L’Oréal and on the red carpet at the premier of Jenna Lee's production of Little Lord Fauntleroy at the Peacock Theatre in April 2016. It appears on the album cover of Lakuta’s debut album.