Anthony Lent

Fine Jewelry

Morpheus Pendant

15,000.00
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Morpheus Pendant

15,000.00

18k Yellow Gold
Platinum
Lapis Lazuli
Diamonds
Handmade 18k Yellow Gold Chain

This piece is currently available as a special order. Please contact us for details on sizing and production time.

Literally a wing with a face, the Wingman—like so many of Anthony Lent's designs—was born at the intersection of art history and popular culture. A touchstone for exploring the shared symbolism of the human subconscious, it is also the personification of the proverbial "flight of fancy." Drawing on the mythology of winged messengers and the lore of angels, the Wingman references pre-Raphaelite art of the 19th century and the visual culture of the Italian Renaissance. Like most of Tony's creations, the image of a wing with a human face is meant to evoke the universal dream of flying. We all dream that we can fly, literally and figuratively, and the sky itself is a dreamlike place. In a way, this motif is a sculptural visualization of the humanity's ageless desire to soar beyond its Earthly bounds. While all jewelry possesses aspirational qualities, our Wingface pieces are meant to suggest the possibility of wish fulfillment even beyond gold, silver, and the diamonds in the sky.

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18k Yellow Gold
Platinum
Lapis Lazuli
Diamonds
Handmade 18k Yellow Gold Chain

This piece is currently available as a special order. Please contact us for details on sizing and production time.

Literally a wing with a face, the Wingman—like so many of Anthony Lent's designs—was born at the intersection of art history and popular culture. A touchstone for exploring the shared symbolism of the human subconscious, it is also the personification of the proverbial "flight of fancy." Drawing on the mythology of winged messengers and the lore of angels, the Wingman references pre-Raphaelite art of the 19th century and the visual culture of the Italian Renaissance. Like most of Tony's creations, the image of a wing with a human face is meant to evoke the universal dream of flying. We all dream that we can fly, literally and figuratively, and the sky itself is a dreamlike place. In a way, this motif is a sculptural visualization of the humanity's ageless desire to soar beyond its Earthly bounds. While all jewelry possesses aspirational qualities, our Wingface pieces are meant to suggest the possibility of wish fulfillment even beyond gold, silver, and the diamonds in the sky.