The Winter House creates seasonal jewellery collections built upon a carry-over core market proposition, alongside conceptual, one of a kind avant-garde jewellery and sculptural works existing as a showcase of Winter’s creativity and progressive approach, forming the foundation of the brand’s offering. Based on the fringes of the city, the idea of margins and what exists outside of the collective gaze are deeply embedded in the brand, taking creative cues from the mundane and what is often overlooked – a cracked pavement, an overgrown alley, the hazy glow of streetlamps reflected in the rain. Metal against skin becomes a metaphor for ivy against concrete, nature against the city. The boundaries between the jewellery and the body are fundamental to The Winter House, manifest in surreal and non-conformist ways. The resulting works are alive, with the appearance of desire, lust and hunger, as they grow and move across the body. Working with recycled silver sourced within London which is melted and repurposed, the material carries the memories of the past, walks with the wearer today, and will live on beyond this lifetime embedded with this essence through time eternal. Sculptural pieces transcending time draw inspiration from classical figurative sculptors and setting this against the modern urban environment, capturing visceral and timeless themes which run as threads through the human experience. Conception and decay become the ultimate expression of this duality, expressed through a celebration of the ephemeral and thought-provoking explorations on the theme of mortality with metal.