nature jewellery nature jewellery
sep 21, 2008

nature jewellery

‘flower pot ring’ by allison wells, 2004

nature often serves as an inspiration for jewellery, but rarely does it makes its way into jewellery directly. here are three examples we recently spotted which use nature directly in the form of rings and necklaces. allison wells’ ‘flower pot ring’ allows the wearer to have their own plant to carry with them on the finger. a designer who goes by the name of ~julishland, makes rings and necklaces using moss and other pieces taken from nature to create wearable miniature gardens.

http://www.papersnake.ca http://julishland.deviantart.com

‘forest ring’ by ~julishland

‘forest ring’ by ~julishland

‘morning in the forest’ necklace by ~julishland

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