Making a statement in silver and gold.
Arm yourself with some eye candy.
Specialising in intricate laser-cut statement pieces that have been sported in music videos by the likes of Ashanti, Mele and Lianne La Havas, you'll probably find that their work looks distinctly familiar, and you should be prepared to see much more of them in 2013.
Each piece was set in a screen-printed jewellery box.
A necklace and body chain on display.
A large part of their inspiration for the current Monozygotic Talismans collection comes from their Lao heritage and fascination with Lao culture, which is transposed into symmetrical forms such as oversized earrings, body chains with multiple panels and quirky tribal alphabet initial necklaces, in a wearable colour palette of gold, silver and black.
[Image via the girls themselves] L-R: Tida and Lisa, of Finchittida Finch.
Their Tumblr blog shows recent celebrations of the Lao festival, Loy Krathong.
How fun and colourful does it look?! (Meadham Kirchhoff would totally love this).
One reason for their use of symmetry is that Tida and Lisa are twins (hence the 'Monozygotic' reference). I loved the fact that they'd used the snowflake - yet another symmetrical design - as the basis for their Christmas shop.
Judging from this photo, the letter 'S' is immensely popular amongst alphabet pendant fans.
You can see how the different tiny sections are cut to create the finished piece.
Here's what I bought: a P, obviously... (as worn at home by my battered cherub statue).
Finchittida Finch will be hitting Boxpark with another pop-up stint throughout January. If you're in the area then make sure you check them out and bag yourself a unique piece of jewellery. For those of you unable to get to Shoreditch, head to their profile on ASOS Marketplace.