It’s not every day you see a piece of jewelry that makes you want to start jewellery design, but Britta Boeckmann has refined her craft so beautifully that even I want to start making my own pendants.
This Melbourne-based designer uses wood and fuses it with resin to produce one-of-a-kind pieces that are inspired by Australian nature.
On her Facebook page, Boeckmann says: ‘I don’t believe in rulers and templates, so each piece is totally unique. The process of making them varies slightly from piece to piece but involves the delicate process of making moulds, casting resin and wood and gently sanding the pieces into their unique shapes and then finally varnishing or oiling the jewellery. Each individual piece has been made with a great deal of love’.