Jo Lavelle designs and makes jewellery by using repeated forms rather like natures way of layering leaves or petals, to create jewellery of a unique nature that is delicate in style.
Movement is a defining aspect of Jo’s jewellery. This is achieved by her designing pieces using her trademark tags or loopy tags and constructing jewellery in a variety of ways to form a kinetic, voluminous and textured effect that moves with the wearer. The overall effect is to produce jewellery that is always wearable, collectable and timeless.
Jo’s longstanding range of jewellery is called Pompom and has been in production since 2001. It has proved so popular it has become her trademark and is still produced today alongside other ranges and one off and exhibition pieces. Currently Jo’s jewellery is characterised by the use of hand cut stones and larger scale tags and is constantly working at evolving her unique jewellery style.
Watch out for one off pieces at the show amongst her usual range of work.