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Shaun Leane's rose gold vermeil and white diamond Crossover Tusk earrings offer an up-to-date riff on the designer's iconic Tusk creations – originally designed in collaboration with Alexander McQueen for the latter's infamous Spring/ Summer 1996 show, The Hunger. The untamed beauty of Shaun Leane's designs draws inspiration from the claws, feathers and quills of the natural world, offering a beguiling combination of traditional goldsmithing techniques and ultra-contemporary styling. These rose gold vermeil and white diamond earrings offer an evolution of Leane's sculptural Tusk designs, interlocking to form a dynamic and fluid silhouette. Wear them alone or layered with hoops and studs to channel an elegantly rebellious aesthetic. I admire the past masters who – with their style and craftsmanship – created fine jewellery that was distinctive of its time. I like to fuse elements of tradition with a contemporary design approach. We cannot look to the future of design without remembering our past. Shaun Leane. Tusk earrings. With 0.10ct diamonds. From the Tusk collection. Crossover double drop design. Rose Gold Vermeil, 0.10ct Diamond. Drop: 4.6cm. W: 1.5cm. The elegant, wild-edged beauty of Shaun Leane's designs has marked a point of redefinition within the landscape of British jewellery. Working as a craftsman since he was 15 years old, Leane honed his craft in Hatton Garden before creating a series of collaborative jewellery collections with Alexander McQueen throughout the '90s and '00s. His designs draw inspiration from the claws, feathers and quills of the natural world – offering a seamless blend of rebellion and sophistication. Colour: metallic