Erin Considine, a Brooklyn-based artist, launched her sustainably-minded jewelry line in 2009. Her collections merge metal-forms with techniques including weaving, crocheting and kumihimo, a style of Japanese braiding. Each piece is a stunning blend of hard and soft - organic and recycled. The textural quality of the jewelry lends itself to any outfit by creating dimension and whimsy.
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My friend Kate Jones of Ursa Major jewelry totally rocks. Not only am I creaming my panties over the pure gold relics, but totally over the moon for her look book images. Just slightly nodding to the to SW, the pieces stand on their own and are made by HER…now thats a craftswoman I can get down with. I suggest you do the same-