Geoffrey Good’s Hex Collection Explores the Beauty of Sacred Geometry
The number six is the foundation of Geoffrey Good’s latest fine jewelry collection, Hex.
The potential for life is a prominent symbol of the familiar and ancient hexagon. An awe-inspiring shape throughout nature, its symmetrical six sides create balance and harmony: connecting angles, edges, and vertices in a variety of combinations. A classic shape, the hexagon is strong—it fills the area given with no wasted space and holds much weight. This attribute of strength has made the hexagon a staple for the construction of perfect vessels. An homage to the hexagon, its geometric sublimity has inspired the Geoffrey Good Hex Collection.
Fine Jewelry Designer and Goldsmith, Geoffrey Good, says, “The hexagon is prevalent in the natural world in things such as crystal structures, yet also used extensively in the man-made industrial world. I can’t think of a better example of form and function meeting perfectly.”
The Hex Collection takes inspiration from classic diamond looks, modifying and reimagining to incorporate and celebrate the hexagon shape. The Hex Bevel Diamond Pendant Necklace has a 1 ct. round diamond set within a hexagon-shaped setting, featuring 24 diamonds in a halo, and an 18 in. chain with a lobster clasp is available in either 18K yellow gold or platinum. It offers an unexpected edginess to the classic pendant necklace. The Hex Bevel Diamond Studs complement the pendant necklace, as a timeless staple meeting modern design. With an 8 mm width, each half carat center diamond of each earring is outlined with 18 smaller diamonds, in a bevel set hexagon, approximating 1.21 cts. for the pair, available in either 18K yellow gold or platinum. The Hex Bevel Stacking Rings have a hexagon shape, with diamond pave set along the side of the rings. Comfortable for everyday wear, the higher the stack, the more provocative the look. One ring can be worn solo, or multiple rings can be piled, depending on one’s mood.
Reinterpreting space to create minimalist luxury, Geoffrey Good developed Hex Collection jewels with heft— hexagonal cross-section pieces, with a bezel set diamond within an open hex end shape. Unisex and sexy, the rings are luxurious and inviting. The Original Hex Stacking Ring has an angled notch with 1.5 mm of fine diamonds, three slightly separated bars, and is 2.5 mm width, available in either 18K yellow gold or platinum. Good’s modified ring celebrates the unification of the hexagon’s creation and perfection through its geometric features. The Hex Bar Eternity Band Narrow (7mm) consists of hex bars forged together with 44 fine diamonds on each mitered end, and is available in either 18K yellow gold or platinum. The Hex Bar Eternity Band Wide (14mm) also consists of hex bars forged together with 44 fine diamonds on each mitered end, and is available in 18K yellow gold or platinum. Both eternity bands are a symbol of strength, with hexagon bars encircling the finger. The Hex Bar Diamond Bracelet has an elongated hex bar that elegantly envelopes the wrist, spring-loaded on the side, featuring a single diamond on each terminal. From the office to a cocktail party, Hex is innovative, while still wearable and comfortable.
“From a philosophical perspective the six sides of the hexagon represent perfection, symbolizing divine power, wisdom, majesty, love, mercy, and justice. Jewelers are always chasing that ever elusive (and frankly unattainable) idea of perfection. The hexagon is also an impossible shape to draw freehand perfectly, which is a small but constant lesson in humility,” says Geoffrey Good.
The Hex Collection embodies the strength and structure of the hexagon with contemporary design. As a symbol of balance and harmony, the pieces are perfect for a commitment or wedding jewelry, as for celebrating a milestone or oneself. Timeless and true, the Hex Collection allows for individuality to meet luxury.
To learn more about Geoffrey Good, call 212-625-1656 or visit https://www.geoffreygood.com/.
About Geoffrey Good
Geoffrey’s eclectic aesthetic fuses rebellious creativity with unparalleled craftsmanship; discovery is balanced by respect for the past and the legacy of his classical training. Dedicating years on Madison Avenue to refine his skills, Geoffrey Good created jewelry for celebrated firms and institutions, before founding his own workshop. The atelier develops commissions for award shows, collaborates with fashion designers, partners on one-of-a-kind private clients, and has signature collections featured nationally in select retailers. Geoffrey Good’s vibrant flagship is located downtown, in the art scene destination of Hudson, New York.