In The Studio
Kassandra Gordon is an innovative jeweller and visual artist who marries narratives, precious materials, and film. Her work is often inspired by British Jamaican culture and explores universal themes of family, home, identity, and oral histories.
Kassandra’s work embark on a transformative odyssey through ‘Adorned Resonance,’ where the radiant allure of British Jamaican heritage converges with the intricate elegance of fine jewellery. Each piece a living narrative, each artefact a vessel of memory, as we unveil the sagas of adornment rituals echoing across ages.
Gordon's ethos as a jeweller is to create pieces that are both unique and meaningful. She believes that jewellery can be a powerful way to express oneself and to connect with others. Her work is often inspired by personal stories and experiences, and she strives to create pieces that resonate with her audience on a deep level.
This allows her to explore different perspectives and to create pieces that are truly multi-faceted.
Jeweller of Residence at Kensington Palace
The rites of passage project explores intimate stories around love, relationships, identity and belonging. Inspired by the Jewel Room at Kensington Palace, which displays an incredible suite of jewellery including specially commissioned gems for Queen Victoria by her beloved husband Albert.
This project is an inclusive way of exploring intimate stories around love, relationships, identity and belonging- is to explore rites of passage. The Jewel Room shows great examples of rites of passage and elements of traditions & legacy.