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Jewellery with the concept of graphic drawing, transforming 2D lines into 3D objects, with a stroke of red revealing the contrast between rationality and perception. By using the significance of the red thread in the eastern Asian society as a metaphor linking author (maker), wearer and jewellery. --Yachen Hou

Jewellery with the concept of graphic drawing, transforming 2D lines into 3D objects, with a stroke of red revealing the contrast between rationality and perception. By using the significance of the red thread in the eastern Asian society as a metaphor linking author (maker), wearer and jewellery. --Yachen Hou

Jewellery with the concept of graphic drawing, transforming 2D lines into 3D objects, with a stroke of red revealing the contrast between rationality and perception. By using the significance of the red thread in the eastern Asian society as a metaphor linking author (maker), wearer and jewellery. --Yachen Hou

Jewellery with the concept of graphic drawing, transforming 2D lines into 3D objects, with a stroke of red revealing the contrast between rationality and perception. By using the significance of the red thread in the eastern Asian society as a metaphor linking author (maker), wearer and jewellery. --Yachen Hou

Kirsty Fraser - 'Daring' (2011) 150mm x 150mm x 23mm silver, laser cut mdf

Kirsty Fraser - 'Daring' (2011) 150mm x 150mm x 23mm silver, laser cut mdf

Christel van der Laan - Anemone Brooch - Ceramic honeycomb,powder coated stlg silver, vintage lucite bead

Christel van der Laan - Anemone Brooch - Ceramic honeycomb,powder coated stlg silver, vintage lucite bead

Inelele realizate de LAUREN MARKLEY-USA  urmeaza o tematica arhitecturala si experimenteaza cu argint si email

Inelele realizate de LAUREN MARKLEY-USA urmeaza o tematica arhitecturala si experimenteaza cu argint si email

This pin from Korean jewellery designer, Myungjoo Lee, really captures my imagination.  It is a piece of sculpture for the body, made using ancient techniques, and I really admire the craftsmanship involved.

This pin from Korean jewellery designer, Myungjoo Lee, really captures my imagination. It is a piece of sculpture for the body, made using ancient techniques, and I really admire the craftsmanship involved.

Brooch - sterling silver, keum boo, oxidised, steel pin. Made about 6 years ago. Exploring line & aim to enclose the pin ends while being worn

Brooch - sterling silver, keum boo, oxidised, steel pin. Made about 6 years ago. Exploring line & aim to enclose the pin ends while being worn

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