The lozenge-shaped Shot Studs, in high-polish metals – gold, rose gold and silver – add modern, minimalist class to any look.
Part of the new Machinist collection, many of jeweller Matthew Calvin’s designs for this range were inspired by architecture and machines.
Using geometric patterns and mechanical shapes, designer Matthew created a range of jewellery that is as interesting as it is unique.
The Shot Studs are solid yet soft; delicate, yet pleasingly chunky; delicate, yet eye-catching. The collection combines unique shapes with high-polish finishes, as with these studs, echoing the forms and lines of construction, architectural design and engines.
Matthew Calvin draws inspiration from details found within these places, and turns them into beautiful, minimalist handmade jewellery.
These are versatile pieces for a variety of occasions and wearers, in keeping with the studio’s signature modern, feminine style.
All UK orders are sent via Royal Mail recorded and insured delivery. Your order should be with you within two working days and will require a signature upon receipt.
Orders of more than £30 qualify for free delivery; orders under £30 are subject to a £4 charge.
Orders to Europe and the rest of the world are free over £60; orders under £60 are subject to a £6 charge.
Delivery time is within 5 days for Europe and 10 days for the rest of the world.
Orders placed before 4pm (GMT) will be sent out the same day. Orders placed after 4pm (GMT) will be sent out the next business day.
If you require a shorter delivery period please get in touch at email@example.com and we can arrange an alternative delivery method.
We want you to love contemporary jewellery by Matthew Calvin. If for any reasons you want to return a purchase, please post your order to the address stated within the delivery invoice within 21 days of receipt.
Unless jewellery is damaged, you are responsible for the cost of returning the goods to us, we recommend that you insure the parcel for the value of the goods and retain all records of delivery.
In the interests of hygiene we cannot accept returns for pierced earrings.
If for any reason you'd like to return an item purchased from one of our amazing stockists, please contact them directly.
This returns policy is in addition to, and not instead of, your statutory rights.
Matthew Calvin's Thin Wire Studs are a range of earrings designed with clean, simple lines in mind, and to add a tiny, tiny, subtle touch of design, whatever your jewellery look is.
The studs come in a range of metals, to match any outfit. The different colours - gold, rose gold and silver - also mean you can effortlessly match your look to your hair colour or skin tone - or even set it up so they clash intriguingly.
Matthew Calvin-designed jewellery pieces are intended to mix and match - layer them with other colours of the same design, or even the Long Thin Wire Studs, a variation on this design for those who'd like a different look. These highly popular, minimalist studs simple, effortless, yet unusual - that's why they're some of our best-selling pieces, along with their longer cousin!
Like the larger Meteorite Bar ear studs, and to a certain extent the long Textured Meteorite Drop Bars, the Small Meteorite Bar Earrings are for the wearer who wants to make a splash in a more subtle way.Hand-textured with the same unique hammering technique that can be seen across the collection, these studs' sculptural, modern look adds a touch of arty sophistication to your look.
These beautiful hand-textured ear studs were designed with a unique casting and hammering technique, to bring an eye-catching shine to the finish of the metals - gold, rose gold, and silver.
Inspired by his training in pattern-cutting, Matthew applied a new principle of ‘working backwards’, using a 'lost wax' casting method to create the pieces in the Meteorite collection. This means these studs, and the rest of the asteroid-themed pendants, bracelets and rings were started with wax and carved by hand, forming a prototype that makes a negative mould and is then cast into silver, allowing for the specific texture.