Wet Clay Repurposes Discarded Materials into Laser-Cut Bracelets

 - Jul 3, 2014
References: wetclaystudio & design-milk
A relatively new brand, Wet Clay offers a unique collection of accessories that will appeal to both style-minded and eco-conscious individuals alike. The line of laser-cut cuff bracelets are made out of a commonly discarded material: leather upholstery. Yet there is nothing common about these bracelets.

Founded by Bre Walters, who once worked at a high end furniture store in Savannah, Georgia, Wet Clay was born when she made it her mission to find a use for all of the discontinued leather samples left behind. According to her website, "The name 'Wet Clay' stems from the idea of being mold-able and open to infinite possibilities." A great motto to stand by, every design lends more weight to it. Wet Clay designs for both men and women.