Wow, these handmade rings made from laser-cut sterling silver come with gold-plated circles connected using — you got it — pivots and swivel with a nudge. Made by Bethan Laura Woods in collaboration with Eugene Lovato and Arduino Zappaterra, the collection is inspired by metal work found on building lining in Vicenza’s streets and roads.
New York-based artist Anna Sheffield recently designed a few edgy pieces for the haute-costume jewelry line, Bing Bang. I’m loving the silver wolf studs. Crazy!
It’s difficult to describe the confusion you feel when you realize that beautiful, humanoid–like artistic form of a necklace or earring is actually a well-known childhood’s friend’s smile. What a metaphor for life in general.
Made completely from natural materials, this crochet and wooden necklace is available on Etsy and delivered to you in a beautiful gift box. Who knew you could do your bit for the environment and satisfy your retail-therapy hunger all in one go?
Wearable fairytales in strong colors to be hung on your body or on the wall. Oslo-based jewellery artist Anna Talbot is inspired by wolves, deer, forests and fairytale creatures. She creates big, three dimensional jewellery built layer by layer in adonised aluminium, wood veneer, brass, gilding metal and silver.
Edenborough Evans is my favourite jewellery designer for 2011. Designer Anna Cowan uses handmade wax formations and old fashioned seal stamps to create the moulds as part of her collection. The result is striking pieces which mimic flow and movement.
East London-based costume and jewellery designer Johanne Bertaux-Strenna loves nothing more than to repurpose materials in a bid to create cool, original and environmentally friendly items for the discerning traveller. For the Travel Collection, she has used maps and natural materials to create upcycled jewellery with a twist.
For three weeks in October this year, Sydney’s Salerno Gallery will light up with colour. 10 girls. 10 colours. is a vibrant exploration of the subjective implications of ten randomly assigned colours. The artists will navigate diverse themes, from sensory perception and memory to cultural contexts and history. The resulting work will be thoughtful, vivid and provocative. All of the work will be available for purchase.
Erin Wasson is a rare breed of supermodel: versatile, beautiful and full of charm. Notoriously known for her hardworking ethic, Wasson has styled Alexander Wang’s runway shows and graced the cover of countless magazines such as Vogue, Flair, Numero, Allure, Esquire, ID and Elle.
This pendant gives new meaning to going green. The Growing Jewelry House collection by HAF by Hafsteinn Juliusson is a typical silver ball chain necklace, but with a potted plant at the end with real growing moss inside. Designed for people in urban areas to have their own little spot of green.
Affordable diamonds no longer has to be an oxymoron. Myia Bonner’s innovative jewellery collection takes the diamond as an icon and represents it in new form, carrying the rarity and glitz of the real deal with a disarmingly fresh approach.
The Pastie Project is an initiative by young jewellery designer, Leah Ball, with the premise of creating ‘couture nipple covers, made of precious metals and jewels’. Hmm, hmm. She’s currently looking for funding for the project through Kickstarter.
We got our hands on a Kinekt Gear Ring the other day and haven’t stopped playing with it since. In a good way, of course. The Gear Ring, which is made from high quality matte stainless steel, features six micro-precision gears that turn in unison when the outer rims are spun. It’s a blast. And it looks great on the hand, too. As my wife will now attest.
Designed by Andrea Corson, the Caviars Round Top Ring, is made from sterling silver. The Caviars sparkle like diamonds, sitting upon an organic band. We have it for sale in the Lost At E Minor online store, where we have a special discount going: if you enter the checkout code LAEMONLY1, you’ll get 15 percent […]
How hot is this cut-aged copper bracelet decked out with heart-shaped charms? Icon Brand’s designs of late are definitely heating up raw aesthetic appeal. I’ve got my eye on their bullet, rosary and dog chains. You got to love this 1977 Byron Bay-born company that still continues to deliver quality goods.