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  • Keiko Kuroishi Tanabata Origami Scarf
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    Keiko Kuroishi Tanabata Origami Scarf
    A stunning work of textile design, Japanese based artist Keiko Kuroishi’s Tanabata Origami Scarf is crafted from a single piece of cotton fabric. The intricate, net-like design is inspired by the origami ornament for the traditional star festival, Tanabata. The signature scarf is delicate and organic, but creates a whole new dimension when unfolded, exposing the unique geometric feature. Gradient dyed by hand, the thin cotton is available in three colors: monochrome, champagne and acid green. Sure to garner attention when worn, the beautiful scarf will add texture and interest to any outfit.
  • Gunter Wermekes Grenadill Rings
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    Gunter Wermekes Grenadill Rings
    In this collection of rings, master German jeweler Gunter Wermekes brings together another unlikely combination of wood and stainless steel. The Grenadill Rings feature square stainless steel bands ornamented with three-dimensional square and rectangular cuts of jet black Grenadilla, a hard, close grain wood. Here, Wermekes elevates wood from a common material to a treasured item. Known for his combinations of unlikely pairs, Wermekes was the first to combine stainless steel, an industrial material with the timeless beauty of diamonds into a complete jewelry collection. He believes that every material speaks its own language; that stainless steel speak of today, of building, and of making future plans, while wood, on the other hand, conveys a timeless quality of strength and tradition.
  • Tiziana Redavid Africa Amulet Necklace
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    Tiziana Redavid Africa Amulet Necklace
    Inspired by African ornaments with a delicate balance of simplicity and vibrancy, Tiziana Redavid’s Africa Amulet Necklace radiates a texture and lightness evocative of fine silk. Inspired by her friend’s industrial stainless steel springs factory, the designer reimagined the common item as a material for jewelry. Blurring the lines between the imaginative and the industrial, the Africa Amulet Necklace transforms an otherwise common material into a beautiful, wearable work of art that can be worn in any season and for any occasion, whether sophisticated or casual.
  • Tiziana Redavid Africa Bracelet
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    Tiziana Redavid Africa Bracelet
    Inspired by African ornaments with a delicate balance of simplicity and vibrancy, Tiziana Redavid’s Africa Bracelet radiates a texture and lightness evocative of fine silk. Inspired by her friend’s industrial stainless steel springs factory, the designer reimagined the common item as a material for jewelry. Blurring the lines between the imaginative and the industrial, the Africa Bracelet transforms an otherwise common material into a beautiful, wearable work of art that can be worn in any season and for any occasion, whether sophisticated or casual.
  • Tiziana Redavid Tiziana Bracelet 1
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    Tiziana Redavid Tiziana Bracelet 1
    Dancing gracefully between the imaginative and the industrial, the Tiziana Bracelet 1 embraces the wrist with a luminous string of loops. Even though it presents a texture and lightness evocative of fine silk, this elegant bracelet is surprisingly not made of soft fabric but rather several stainless steel springs. As part of Italian architect Tiziana Redavid's La Molla jewelry collection, the bracelet was first envisioned during a visit to a friend's spring factory in Turin and inspired by African ornaments. By transforming an otherwise common, industrial material into a vibrant object, the Tiziana bracelet 1 becomes an exquisitely simple object that can be worn for multiple occasions during any season.
  • Tiziana Redavid Tiziana Necklace 1
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    Tiziana Redavid Tiziana Necklace 1
    Inspired by African ornaments with a delicate balance of simplicity and vibrancy, the Tiziana necklace 1 radiates a texture and lightness evocative of fine silk. One piece of several in Italian architect Tiziana Redavid's La Molla jewelry collection, this necklace is surprisingly not made of soft fabric but rather from stainless steel rings, originally gathered from the floor of her friend's industrial spring factory in Turin. Dancing gracefully between the imaginative and the industrial, the Tiziana necklace 1 transforms an otherwise common material into a beautiful, wearable work of art that can be worn in any season and for any occasion, whether sophisticated or casual.
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