Lord Coconut, a Melbourne-based men’s jewellery emporium will exhibit over 60 pendants from Australian jewellers as part of the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Curated program.
Owner Mark Boldiston said the limited edition pendants “from the cream of local and interstate jewellers” are sure “to inspire the modern Melbourne male into enhancing their wardrobe and celebrate hand crafted jewellery for men”.
Pendants on display at the ‘Enhancement’ exhibition from August 31 to September 14 include Silver Cyanide’s Shifter pendant which is inspired by the jewellers lifetime of exposure to rockabilly, retro and vintage events and collections and Sungee Min’s Square Light pendant which is influenced by his academic background in philosophy and his inclination towards introspection and abstract thought.
The other jewellers whose pendants will be featured in the exhibition are Justine Austen, Melissa Baldock, Anastasia Grace Birbas, Shelley Buttle, Jodie Cambrey, Fairina Cheng, Beth Croce, Patricia Dennis, Love Your Work Design, Youssef Tayeb Design, Zachary Frankel, Janty Fry, Jessica Helen, David Innocente, Steve Jacobson, Frances Rose Jewellery, Ginkoh Jewellery, Windfall Jewellery, Chloe McColl, Kath O’Neill and Felicity Smith.
All the pendants on display are available for sale and have retail prices of less than $250 each.
Lord Coconut is Melbourne’s only retailer, gallery and online boutique selling contemporary jewellery designed exclusively for men. The retailer stocks over 400 individual jewellery pieces and designer cufflinks and represents over 35 Melbourne jewellers, artisans and designers.