This range of bold, statement jewellery is rather clever. It’s called Modjool (say it out loud) and it’s a system of jewellery, consisting of different modules which can be worn individually, mixed and matched or combined magnetically.
There are bracelets …
… and there are chokers. An optional little ‘bolt on’ detail slips onto the choker.
Both bracelets and chokers are made from a translucent pvc, come in a range of different colours and have cunning little magnetic ends which just click together. You can wear them separately or several attached …
… and you can join two bracelets end-to-end to create a two-tone choker, to match your outfit or mood.
Modjool has been designed by Jackie Selcraig, who lives and works up in the Scottish Borders, and it’s available here in Somerset at the Harlequin Gallery in Bath Place, Taunton. Available colours: black, yellow, green, pink, orange, clear and deep red; bracelets cost £20.50 and chokers £29. You can pop into the shop or buy from them online. As well as jewellery, the Harlequin Gallery sells a constantly evolving range of contemporary British art and craft – ceramics, artworks, textiles, wood and metal – with the work of around 100 artists on show at any one time.
I’ll be doing a full review of the gallery shortly, so watch this space.
The Harlequin Gallery, 6 Bath Place, Taunton, TA1 4ER. Tel 01823 251121 shop.harlequingallery.co.uk