Adorn Milk’s latest releases for March are very different, and yet share something in common: they all use unique and interesting materials besides the traditional gold and silver that you expect to see. From bone to rubber to coffee grounds, these pieces make more than one statement and will give you something to talk about!
Minimaliti is a small and intimate contemporary jewelry studio located in the suburbs of Tel Aviv. The studio is run by Lena Tirosh who works mostly with rubber, focusing on the material, its aesthetics and possibilities.
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Rosalie McMillan makes unique handmade contemporary jewelry from unusual reimagined materials. Her most recent collection combines recycled sterling silver and gold with a beautiful material derived from coffee grounds—yes coffee grounds!
Her jewelry is striking, asymmetric and angular, inspired by the properties and form of materials she works with. Through reinventing materials into covetable pieces of depth and originality, Rosalie hopes to inspire our own sense of creativity and potential.
Parme Marin’s statement jewelry = eclectic architectural elegance. Using leather, bone and other materials, Parme’s jewelry feels less like an accessory and more like a piece of art.
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