Although the Spindle Bracelet was inspired by modern architecture, people don't have to have an appreciation for such feats in order to like (or even love) it. The accessory itself is a great example of creativity and craftsmanship that it will resonate with just about anyone.
Designed by St. Louis-based EVRT Studio, which is run by Brian and Lori Everett, the Spindle Bracelet is made out of plywood. Yet despite this fact, it doesn't appear so. That is because the wood has been laser cut and intricately laid out to give it a metal appeal. Nevertheless, upon closer inspection, the natural version is easily recognized as wood whereas the black one remains elusive. Finished in a food safe, non-toxic Walnut oil, the Spindle Bracelet is given a satin sheen.
The Spindle Bracelet by EVRT Studio is Intricate and Modern
1. Architectural-inspired Jewelry - There is an opportunity for jewelry makers to create pieces that are inspired by modern architecture, using unique materials and techniques.
2. Laser-cut Wooden Jewelry - Using laser cutting technology to create intricate designs on plywood can create unique and modern jewelry pieces.
3. Innovative Finishing Techniques - Designers can explore new and sustainable finishing techniques, such as the use of food-safe oils, to create unique jewelry pieces.
1. Fashion and Jewelry - Fashion and jewelry designers can incorporate modern architectural elements and sustainable finishing techniques to create unique and trendy jewelry pieces.
2. Woodworking and Manufacturing - Woodworking and manufacturing companies can use laser cutting technology to create intricate designs on wood and plywood materials for jewelry-making.
3. Interior Design - Interior designers can incorporate modern architectural elements into accessories, such as jewelry pieces, that can be used to add interest to a space.