Geoffrey Good launches the Hex collection

Geoffrey Good has launched its new Hex collection which is inspired by the hexagon and its geometric sublimity.

The number six is the foundation of the new range and features “classic” diamond looks, which are modified and reimagined to incorporate the hexagon shape.

The Hex Bevel Diamond Pendant Necklace features an 18-inch chain with a lobster clasp, a 1-ct. round diamond set in a hexagonal setting with 24 more diamonds in a halo.

The Hex Bevel Diamond Studs have an 8 mm width and each earring’s half-carat main diamond is framed by 18 smaller diamonds that are bevel-set in a hexagon shape.

The collection also includes The Hex Bevel Stacking Rings which have a hexagon shape, with diamond pave set along the side of the rings. The rings can be stacked or worn alone.

Additionally, The Original Hex Stacking Ring is 2.5 mm wide, with three slightly spaced bars, and an angled notch with 1.5 mm of fine diamonds.

The Hex Bar Eternity Band Narrow (7mm) is made of 44 diamonds on each mitered end of hex bars that have been forged together. A 14mm version of the eternity band is also available.

Good said that both eternity bands are “a symbol of strength, with hexagon bars encircling the finger”.

Lastly the The Hex Bar Diamond Bracelet has an elongated hex bar and features a single diamond on each terminal.

All jewellery pieces from the Hex range are available in 18K yellow, gold or platinum.

Good, fine jewellery designer and goldsmith, said: “The hexagon is prevalent in the natural world in things such as crystal structures, yet also used extensively in the man-made industrial world. I can’t think of a better example of form and function meeting perfectly.

“From a philosophical perspective, the six sides of the hexagon represent perfection, symbolising divine power, wisdom, majesty, love, mercy, and justice. Jewellers are always chasing that ever elusive (and frankly unattainable) idea of perfection. The hexagon is also an impossible shape to draw freehand perfectly, which is a small but constant lesson in humility.”

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