This line of jewelry uses the weight of pencil stroke to capture the striking beauty of hand-drawn imagery within the surface of a blown glass plate. When looking for inspiration, Broken Plates aims to embrace nature's deviations from the perfect, finding beauty in the asymmetrical or irregular. The drawings become an interpretation of these objects, rich with their own personality and imperfections. By then marrying these soft and organic drawings with the crisp and rigid lines of the glass, they create a very modern object overflowing with light and character. Complimentary to their inspiration, these colorful glass wearables warrant attention and admiration.
Made in Pittsburgh, PA
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-organic cotton - two 1-inch natural beads -2mm round-cut natural leather -gold plated findings Handmade in New York by Jen Cogliantry