Something Beautiful in Jewellery – Shiruba Tree Bespoke Wood and Silver Jewellery

6 April, 2015

Sometimes you can take very old processes and combine them together to find a new innovation in jewellery making.

For my latest entry in Something Beautiful in Jewellery, I present Shiruba Tree Jewellery. Their work combines classical wood turning techniques as applied to small woodwork with silver hand jewellery manufacturing. The result is a series of classical and elegant men’s and women’s band rings, along with a few more interesting experimental designs. Their process does not involve any CAD at all, but their innovative mix of techniques and the understated results are excellent.

See for yourself:

Shiruba Tree Wood and Silver Jewellery

Shiruba Tree Bespoke Wood and Silver Jewellery

WRITTEN BY

Jack Meyer

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

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