Boltenstern Launches a 3D Printed Gold and Platinum Jewellery Collection

20 September, 2017

As I’ve said before, it was only a matter of time before someone tried it with the tools as they are now. Now Austrian jeweller Boltenstern has collaborated with Cooksons to develop and release the first platinum and gold 3D printed jewellery collection, called Embrace.

The Bracelet design from the new 3D printed platinum “Embrace” collection.

More images from the collection after the break.

“Embrace” 3D Printed Earrings

It seems it has been in development for a while. They’ve been working together for over a year on customisable 3D printed jewellery lines, one of which was the polyamide range called Fabulous Nora (or Fabnora for short).

“Embrace” 3D Printed Necklace

You can also read more about it on their press release with TCT magazine.


Jack Meyer

Bespoke jewellery designer, and specialist in jewellery CAD/CAM and emergent technologies that affect jewellery.

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