Béton Beam Earrings
Béton is a unisex collection of hand-crafted silver jewellery influenced by strong lines, hidden angles and sharp shadows of Brutalist architecture. Béton originates from the French ‘Béton Brut’ or ‘Raw Concrete’, a term popularised by Le Corbusier.
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The design is minimal, focussing on the material qualities of the silver, creating simple, understated pieces that can be worn everyday and treasured forever.
The Béton Apex Earrings are inspired by the changing concrete planes of Brutalist spaces, the simple angle on these Apex earrings catches and reflects light as it meets the flat silver surface. Each pair of earrings are hand finished in the Tom Pigeon studio in Fife to create a beautiful flat matt finish.
The earrings are supplied in a black box with white Tom Pigeon foil emboss and black foam inner. The box contains an anti-tarnish square, when not being worn, to prevent tarnishing. For full care and instructions please download the guide
- Length 2.1 cm
- Width 0.3 cm
- Thickness 0.3 cm
Material : Solid Silver earring post and butterfly
Koti & Co’s thoughts
“We fell in the love with the simplicity of the Tom Pigeon Béton range of jewellery. The length of the Beam earrings is perfect, they’re not too long to catch on things but not too short that they are unnoticeable. These are comfy earrings to wear day to day and are effortlessly chic for those after work drinks! My dad always used to tell me that the length of earrings was important, ‘earrings can be too long’ he used to say… I am pleased to say these earrings are Dad approved.”