Rachel Entwistle Varro Hexagon Jewellery Box

Rachel Entwistle
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Rachel Entwistle’s ten-year anniversary collection of designer jewellery boxes recalls the Shoreditch label’s reputation for symbolic jewellery with intelligent, authentic, meaningful narratives, and sustainable roots. Rachel weaves myth and symbolism to create pieces that deepen the connections between human beings - the stories the pieces tell, and the stories we layer on top, as we give and receive, pass on and hand down.

Varro Hexagon Meaning and Design

This luxury jewellery box does double duty as a sculptural object – a piece of sacred geometry worthy of any mantelpiece or dresser. It is named after the ancient Roman Marcus Terentius Varro who first recognized the genius of bees in creating hexagon shaped honeycomb cells which ensured a compact structure with no wastage – meaning less wax was needed to construct the honeycomb. The meditative power of the honeycomb comes from its perfectly symmetrical mathematical pattern. A masterpiece of natural engineering.

Gift this jewellery box with a piece from the Sacred Geometry Collection 

This hexagonal piece is made of solid recycled brass, giving it a luxurious weighty feel. The brass is sandblasted to create a fine, textured finish.

The setting is genuine Malachite. We only work with realhand-selected stones – preferring their uniqueness, alongside their natural sparkle and shine.

The box has a luxurious velvet interior to keep your treasured jewellery safe.

These distinctive jewellery boxes have an inherited feel which makes them the perfect jewellery gift – to build enduring connection and meaning in your relationships.

7cm long x 6.5cm x 3cm high

This jewellery box is a substantial piece, weighing 220 grams.