Love nature? Can’t get enough of it? Then good news, because Russian jewelry designer Stanislava Korobkova has created these beautiful vintage-style pendants that each contain its own little piece of mother nature.
Foraged Pieces of a Michigan Forest Encased in Delicately Laser-Cut Wooden Pendants
Sydney Jewellery School - "Electroplating & Electroforming" Learn how to turn small items such as twigs, leaves, seashells and other small objects into copper! This process is called electro-forming and we will take you through each step to ensure you have the confidence you need to understand this process.
Jeweler Britta Boeckmann doesn't have a plan when she designs her wood-fragment and resin accessories. Instead, she uses the natural form of the wood fragments to define the shape, fusing them with colored and sometimes glow-in-the-dark resin to make her jewelry. Boeckmann then smooths each piece with sandpaper and applies varnish to give it lustre.