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THOMAS SABO give us plenty of personality with their jewellery

Model Lee Smith tries on THOMAS SABO's latest pieces and much loved classics for issue 10 of Rolling Stone UK

THOMAS SABO don’t do boring jewellery, and over the past four decades, the brand have created intricately crafted luxury pieces and accessories with strong, rock’n’roll motifs. Some of their star turns include a menagerie of animal pieces, including birds of prey, big cats and serpents, as well as skulls, crosses, swords and mythological symbols that truly make a statement. For issue 10 of Rolling Stone UK, model Lee Smith, photographed by Mark Cant wears a selection of some all-time favourite THOMAS SABO pieces, as well as their newer offerings. Intricate crafting and design are at the heart of the Germany luxury fashion brand, with blackened sterling silver that enhances the engravings that really shows that the devil is in the detail (especially with their skulls, swords and crosses.) There is also a playfulness to the metals used, including mixing sterling silver and 18kg yellow gold, that adds yet more depth and detail to their jewellery.

The brand are more than just jewellery though, offering other accessories for you to add to your wardrobe. Watches, complete with the much-loved symbols and motifs from their necklaces, rings and bracelets offer you something more interesting to your wrist-candy and their sunglasses have a classic, Old Hollywood movie-star cool to them, with paired back designs that compliment the intricate jewellery pieces.

(Image: Mark Cant)
(Image: Mark Cant)
(Image: Mark Cant)
(Image: Mark Cant)

Photography: Mark Cant
Styling & Creative: Joseph Kocharian
Grooming: Viorela Coman at Gary Represents
Model: Lee Smith at Next Model Management
Fashion assistant: Aaron Pandher