Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jewelry Week 2010: Eco-friendly jewelry found around the web.

I hope you're not too jewelried out yet. :)

Today you'll find KateyLove Jewelry. Created in her Northern Californian studio, Katey features an eclectic and modern array of accessories that incorporate silk, recycled/vintage leathers, and conflict tree stones.

And below is the work from True Blind Faith. They specialize in modern, vintage headpieces, which I realize isn't exactly "jewelry," but it's definitely an accessory and deserves to be mentioned during Jewelry Week. Susan, the main gal over at TBF (and a pretty cool lady too!), explains what makes them special:
Our inspiration pieces are previously loved vintage jewels and findings that originally began life as brooches, bracelets, earrings or other adornments. We hand select each item with a vision in mind. Embellishments are then added in the form of Swarovski crystals, freshwater pearls, silk ribbons, feathers or birdcage veils. The finale results in a one-of-a-kind headpiece unique in style, form and color.

1 comment:

Dynamite Weddings said...

This is a great idea for garden weddings!!!

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