Béton, is a unisex collection of hand-crafted gold plated silver jewellery influenced by the strong lines, hidden angles and sharp shadows of Brutalist architecture. Béton originates from the French, Béton Brut, or Raw Concrete, a term popularised by Le Corbusier.
The minimal design focusses on the material qualities of the gold, creating simple, understated pieces that can be worn everyday and treasured forever.
These Beam earrings are super-minimal. The simple gold bar is perfect for mixing with other Béton pieces.
Each piece is hand finished in the Tom Pigeon studio in Fife to create a beautiful flat matt finish and is supplied in a black box with Tom Pigeon foil emboss and black foam inner.
Each box includes an anti-tarnish square. Your earrings should be stored in the box with this square, when not being worn, to prevent tarnishing.
Gold plates solid silver
Gold plated silver earring post and butterfly
Sliding display box
Made by hand in Scotland
Tom Pigeon is a creative studio founded by Pete and Kirsty Thomas in 2014. They met and started working as designers in the early 1990’s and since then have worked across design disciplines, for small companies and big business, designing all kinds of stuff for lots of different people, their work is exhibited and sold across the world. They created Tom Pigeon to make the kind of things they would like to own and live with.