The beauty and warmth of wood combined with the sharpness of silver inspired this unique jewelry
Both materials come from recycling methods and sources. Most of the wood is residual used by carpenters. These small and irregular parts are exactly what is needed for making this beautiful jewelry. Some residuals are reclaimed wood from old houses or antique furniture that nowadays can no longer be harvested.
We make sure all of our suppliers are compliant with the strict local environmental laws. Our silver is also re-purposed from antique medical technology. This allows us to simultaneously protect the environment and gain access to materials that otherwise would have been discarded. In the recycling process, the extracted silver is transformed into granulates that are then used to forge your one of a kind jewelry.
Sustainability is crucial to my process and it is my focus
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What fascinates me most about this jewelry is the ability to combine the warmth of wood utilizing its diverse range of colors and grains and infusing it with the sharpness and sophistication of silver