philippe cramer: jewelry inspired by nature philippe cramer: jewelry inspired by nature
dec 02, 2009

philippe cramer: jewelry inspired by nature

gold quartz ring

swiss designer philppe cramer had released a new series of jewelry designs inspired by sea creatures and the natural growth patterns of crystals. the ‘sea beauty’ series uses creatures and other organic structure found in the sea as a source of inspiration. jellyfish, corals and octopus form the main subjects, each executed in gold and silver finishes. in the ‘virtual crystal’ collection, cramer used computer generated algorithms to simulate the natural growth of crystals. using these forms he developed a series of rings that pay homage to the crystalline formations found in the alps.

fluorite rings

coral ring

coral ring

carbon and gold quarz rings

quartz rings

jellyfish ring

jellyfish ring

squid earrings

all models © philippe cramer

  • where can i get one of these!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Alex Wi says:
  • lovely rings, same question where are they available??

    milici says:
  • i want it!!where can i found

    jason says:
  • Love love love !

    hestonificaton says:
  • i want one of this!!!!

    totoro says:
    aonde se pode comprar?
    ou ce trouvre por achetee? ces magnific” ouvre dárts” !

  • On peut acheter ca ou?
    Les bagues sont tres belles!!!!

    Funsh says:
  • copy of marc by marc jacob ring?? lame.

    hwan says:

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