Bennelong Design Shop

 I was out exploring and stumbled upon a new-to-me jewelry shop and promptly fell in love. It was called  Bennelong Design Shop and Preston Gravois is the designer. The styles ranged from formal to steampunk and all looked exquisitely designed and made.

I picked up a couple pieces to show you the quality of what I found in the shop.

Mondrian Collection in gold

This is the Mondrian Collection in Gold, which is also available separately in silver.  This set takes it’s inspration from the Composition II in Red Blue and Yellow by Piet Mondrian. Graduated diamonds appear in each piece, offering a bit of dazzle (there is bling, which can be turned on or off with a simple chat command). Here’s a closeup of the necklace:

  It’s a great set for either  casual or formal wear. All of the jewelry in Bennelong Design Shop are transferrable and include resize scripts for easy fitting.

The other set I have to show is just so pretty, it was actually the piece that caught my eye when I entered the store. 

Tsarina Set

This set is inspired by the gorgeous Faberge eggs…and I swear it’s just as beautiful. It’s ornate, and delicate and captures the essence of beauty that personifies  Faberge. 

Tsarina closeup

Check out the delicacy of the silver wirework framing the “egg” shaped stone and the detail and care that went into placing each of the diamonds upon the stone. 

I’d highly recommend to anyone that they check out Bennelong Design Shop. I have a feeling that we are going to see some amazing things coming from the imagination of Preston Gravois.  Catch your ride to the main shop here


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