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February 2015 | The Carrotbox modern jewellery blog and shop — obsessed with rings

February 2015 | The Carrotbox modern jewellery blog and shop — obsessed with rings

Andrea Williams Necklace, 'Repeated Meme', Beach Stone with 18k Gold Inlay from the Patina Gallery

Andrea Williams Necklace, 'Repeated Meme', Beach Stone with 18k Gold Inlay from the Patina Gallery

cool daniella saraya jewelry

cool daniella saraya jewelry

Unique jewelry(earrings)

Unique jewelry(earrings)

Brooch | Margot diCono (Studio Numen). "White Rose of Versaille".  Sterling silver, 24 and 18k gold with a 14k gold pinback

Brooch | Margot diCono (Studio Numen). "White Rose of Versaille". Sterling silver, 24 and 18k gold with a 14k gold pinback

Idea for a circular saw cut-out - his is poppy earrings by Nina Turczyn

Idea for a circular saw cut-out - his is poppy earrings by Nina Turczyn

Andrew Grima  Gold Brooch, 1973  Yellow Gold textured wire set with baguette and brilliant-cut Diamonds

Andrew Grima Gold Brooch, 1973 Yellow Gold textured wire set with baguette and brilliant-cut Diamonds

Brooch | MARGOT DI CONO-PL/CA ~ STUDIO NUMEN- 'Mandala' Bimetal 22K Gold/Sterling Silver, 24K Gold, 22K Gold, 18K Gold, 14K Gold

Brooch | MARGOT DI CONO-PL/CA ~ STUDIO NUMEN- 'Mandala' Bimetal 22K Gold/Sterling Silver, 24K Gold, 22K Gold, 18K Gold, 14K Gold

Janis Kerman - Necklace (sterling silver, 18ct yellow gold, aquamarine, tourmaline)

Janis Kerman - Necklace (sterling silver, 18ct yellow gold, aquamarine, tourmaline)

Fisch's 'Gold Garden' pin (14K gold, rosewood, 1963). "Fisch began as a ceramicist and switched to jewelry because, as she recounted in an oral history, “I went looking in the community for a place to work, and what I found were jewelry studios…” Uninspired by “what you would see in jewelry stores,” she fell in love instead with imposing Egyptian and pre-Columbian ceremonial pieces."

Fisch's 'Gold Garden' pin (14K gold, rosewood, 1963). "Fisch began as a ceramicist and switched to jewelry because, as she recounted in an oral history, “I went looking in the community for a place to work, and what I found were jewelry studios…” Uninspired by “what you would see in jewelry stores,” she fell in love instead with imposing Egyptian and pre-Columbian ceremonial pieces."