MOTHER"S DAY COLLECTION March 05 2021

Especially for Mother's Day on 14th March, Andrew asked his long-term friends, Molly and Sophie Parkin to curate a collection of his jewellery that they would like to either give or receive as a gift, and what a stunning collection they have chosen.  All 24 pieces are available for sale and can be seen under 'New Releases' within the online store.  Order by 11th March to guarantee delivery in time for Mother's Day and make a statement, with an exclusive work of art, to show Mother's everywhere how much they are appreciated.


Andrew meet Molly in 1970 at the 10 sitting rooms show held at the ICA. Since then both Molly and Sophie have been muses for Andrew's portraits, participants at the Alternative Miss World (one as judge and the other a contestant), collaborators and avid supporters of his work. They have each selected a dozen items of jewellery that they think would make a unique gift for Mother's Day.

Sophie comments, "I have always loved Andrew's work, I've been privileged to know it since I was a little girl at Biba's roof garden when my mum took me to see Ian Drury for the opening party.

Whatever Andrew makes, it's a statement piece delivered with aplomb. Any jewellery by Andrew when worn will get you noticed. People stop me in the street all over the world and always in my club Vout-O-Reenee's and ask me, I'm a walking billboard for Mr Logan!

Giving a piece of Andrew, because all his work is a piece of him, will inspire love and devotion whether it's to someone else or yourself.

I especially love the tiny discreet bee, all things crawling are perfect for a lapel the buttery butterfly the silver lizard, the all seeing third eye of protection and joy, the pink star shrieked at me like a sweetie to a child, the planet is divinely classic, the bouquet and harlequin of flowers too cute. The earrings are like looking into the horizon and the ring makes you believe your a queen whether you are or not. But the real feather in my cap was Pegasus' feather.... I wanted to write a novel with it.


Buy something for your mum, your sister, your friend, your lover, they will appreciate it, (who wouldn't when given a piece of art that should be in a museum)... in place of that lunch in Paris which will have to wait til next year. J'Adore Andrew Logan" X