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Let’s make a wish to start the new year in contemporary jewelry.

The first piece is by Sayumi Yokouchi, a Japanese artist based in Brooklyn who creates costume jewelry out of recycled electric wiring and fragments of semi-precious stones or silver. In the Comportamiento collection strands contrast with orange garnets and reflections from pyrite.

Sayumi Yokouchi
Sayumi Yokouchi

Combining three colors and two materials, Spaniard Marta Armada creates jewelry in porcelain and silver where fragments of poetry blend with stylized urban landscapes. Lovely contrast between red and the opaque porous black of the porcelain.

Marta Armada
Marta Armada
Marta Armada.  Anello Namibia, argento e porcellana
Marta Armada
Marta Armada. Pendente Graphic, porcellana dipinta con catena in argento
Marta Armada

Then there’s Mette Nordby Thomsen’s magical world where fairies land on rings and pendants, tigers and rabbits (in plastic) happily live side by side and swans wear pearl chokers.

Mette Nordby Thomsen. Lady Like
Mette Nordby Thomsen. Lady Like

If dancing is too challenging then that movement can be turned into jewelry such as Sarah Warsop does by creating moving precious metal to resemble a splendid dance. Take care of it Santa Claus!

Sarah Warsop Anello Whisk, oro 18k
Sarah Warsop
Sarah Warsop Collana Whisk, oro 18k
Sarah Warsop

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