Posts Tagged: geometric

new :: LanaBetty 3D printed jewelry

LanaBettyCollageLanaBetty uses traditional jewelry making and the relatively new technique of 3d printing to create complex shapes and angular lines, balancing universal inspiration with on-trend style. All designs are locally made using sterling silver, brass, steel, and even gold.

You may have met Lana at a local market or at the shop helping out. We’ve watched her work evolve over the past few years and are thrilled to add a selection of stacking rings and necklaces to our current line up!

See the full collection in-store or online here.

new :: Coral + Cloud

CoralandCloudCoral + Cloud has finally joined London Fields Shoppe! Locally handmade, each one-of-a-kind statement necklace is made of wooden beads that are hand painted with 3 to 5 coats of acrylic paint and finished with a non-toxic sealer. Strung on a cotton fabric string cut from recycled t-shirts, these are perfect for both kids and adults and can be dressed up or dressed down. Mix and match, layer with multiple strands or pair them in a mommy & me set – how sweet! Fully adjustable, the string can be tied or knotted at your desired length, up to 30″ knotted.

A selection of Mon Amie, Ma Cherie, and Nuit D’Or keychain / zipper pulls with gold key rings and fabric tassels have also arrived at the shop! These are the perfect eye candy to finish off any outfit.

Visit our website here to see our full selection of necklaces and keychains!

For safety, recommended age is 3+. Children should always be supervised when wearing necklaces and should never wear them when sleeping. This necklace is water resistant, but not waterproof. Not meant to be used as a teething necklace.

image via Coral + Cloud

i love :: Depeapa

I’m loving the shapes and colour palette work of Verónica de Arriba from Granada, Spain. She created her line Depeapa to give her illustrations a second life by making them into accessories, books, shirts, pillows, plush dolls, etc.

“It’s nice to know that there are people walking around with your creations, around the world.”

With ceramic pieces such as the ones from her “Geometry is fun” collection (shown above), why wouldn’t we all be walking around with one of her creations!

See more of her work here: blog | etsy | facebook

via oh the lovely things