A piece entitled "Now that's what I call a pearl necklace" from Joolz's Third Time's the Charm collection. Features vintage playing cards sourced from Vegas casinos like the Bellagio, Casino Royale and Ceasar's Palace
This striking brooch design by London Jeweler Lucy Rowlands cleverly uses the needle as the brooch fastening. The title 'Cocktail?' makes you wonder how much we actually know about what we happily accept as medicine.
I always knew that Karen Walker made gorgeous clothes, but had no idea that she designs fabulous accessories as well. I love this necklace - from far away it looks like silver beads, but up close it's an adorable caterpillar!
000 The Process by Ana Canadas: is a conceptual jewellery collection of 13 pieces. All made in solid silver the objects were cast from real pieces that the designer kept from her childhood. They have different purposes and can be worn in several ways.
Australian jeweler Julia DeVille is inspired by "memento mori" from past centuries, and her pieces involve taxidermy and/or cast bones, as in this striking silver talon ring. Not practical but stunning!
In the annual international Swarovski Create-Your-Own-Style contest. Aria was awarded with a semi-finalist position, which placed her in the top 20 participants. The piece was named ‘Modern Mermaid’. It's available if you can afford it ...