Sara Peymanpour launches Persian Skull collection
LONDON, October 2018 – Sara Peymanpour London has launched the Persian Skull jewellery collection, inspired by Persian motifs and geometrical shapes – a great way to celebrate Halloween.
#“I have always loved, collected and worn skull designs from jewellery pieces to T-Shirts,” Sara said.
“Skulls may represent death and mortality to some but to me a human skull is one of the most beautiful and sophisticated natural structures.”
Persian influences permeate her new collection.
“Being Persian myself, I’m fascinated and inspired by Persian art, architecture and the history of that ancient land which can easily be seen in my collections,” Sara said.
“The combination of geometrical patterns of Persian architecture and organic forms of carpets and miniatures, seemed to be perfect to create a unique skull collection that’s quite different from any skull you’ve seen so far.
“I have incorporated some of my favourite Persian motifs into these skulls, including the paisley and those geometrical shapes that are inspired by Shah Mosque and Siosepol Bridge, in Isfahan.”
Persian Skull jewellery is the perfect accessory to wear not only for a Halloween party but also throughout the year, complimenting your looks from casual to formal.
“I am wearing my large Persian skull necklace this Halloween with a bold and feminine red costume!” Sara said.
The Persian Skull collection is unisex and comes in flat and three-dimensional versions, in both sterling silver and 18-carat gold.
Many variations are available, set with different gemstones and diamonds, with various backing options for the flat skull, including Mother of Pearl, Black Onyx, and Turquoise.
The collection will be sold at the Mayfair showroom of Sara Peymanpour London and at some galleries including Wolf & Badger’s London, New York City and online stores.
Sara launched her eponymous, responsibly sourced jewellery brand, Sara Peymanpour London, at Couture London, an invitation-only showcase for designer brands, in June 2018.
All of Sara’s jewellery, which is typically inspired by the flowers and gardens, lighting and architecture of her Persian heritage, is responsibly sourced and made by master craftspeople in Italy, Britain and Iran.
Sara, who grew up in Iran and now lives in London, holds a master degree in jewellery design and is a graduate gemmologist of the GIA.