The Dandelion Ring was designed after a thorough and closely observation of dandelion, consisted of a surrounded petals that with different details on it, whether if it's twisted, stoned, or carved with countless fine lines. In the jewelry designer Richard Wu's perspective, dandelion reminds him of the lights and freedom, two things he wants to bring to the wearer through the design at this post covid 19 era.
It's cool to wear asteroid debris on your body. At the same time, when your body moves, it will rotate like a planet with gravity and inertia. The round meteorite material has no electroplating anti-oxidation treatment, and the long-term wearing surface will produce an oxidation reaction, and the texture effect will change with time. The 925 silver support structure has no welding point with the meteorite and is linked with the bearing structure. The production, assembly, and after sales processes are sustainable and eco-friendly.
String in the Tail is a unique design combining figurative and abstract design elements inspired by my love of Siamese fighting fish. The piece looks like a bangle but is also part bracelet with a 3 strand string of pearls as an adjustable catch. This piece is also completely hand made from reused 18ct white and yellow golds with the piece brought to life by using natural vivid fancy yellow diamonds contrasting with white diamonds and complemented with the 3 strands of grey pearls with satin yellow gold bead that make the adjustable catch.
The Cactus Ring, from the Japanese Garden collection, is made of 18K gold with unique 12 ct. Cat's Eye effect Ural emerald, small emeralds and diamonds. The needles are located in the inner side of cactus petals and form a plane for the central emerald cast. The central emerald represents the cactus flower, and small emeralds are set up-culet.
With one hand, one motion, and one second, EyeWris reading glasses transform into an eye-catching bracelet for unparalleled convenience. Always within reach, these stylish glasses eliminate the daily frustration of not having reading glasses when needed. EyeWris reading glasses are built to last, utilizing memory metal and proprietary lenses with anti-scratch, anti-smudge, and blue light blocking technology. EyeWris represents a meeting of timeless style and innovation, bringing brand new functionality to a familiar product.
Dancing Crane is a crane shaped jewelry necklace. The designer outlines the curved crane neck with simple lines, which contrasts with the complex lines of the crane's tail and wings. The crane's head is connected to the crane's tail in the design, as if the crane is looking back and combing its feathers. During wearing, the user can use the buckles and components hidden behind the collar to split and group the necklace.
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