We met this designer early in our hunting days for Found. This talented artist grew up on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, where water has always been her constant and her inspiration. She comes from a long line of creative entrepreneurs, inventors, and free spirits who have encouraged her to explore many different mediums throughout her artistic life. She uses the ancient craft of lost wax casting which dates back to the Egyptians, wherein she carves sculptural pieces into hard wax and casts them into metal. Rough gemstones are incorporated into her work as a celebration of the beauty of natural imperfection. All production and resources are kept as local as possible, and every piece is handmade in New York City.
Inspired by the ability to adapt - not only the ability to survive but to thrive in the most challenging conditions. Weeping Willows are one of the few trees that are capable of bending in the most intriguing positions without snapping. Their vine-like leaves signify life, change and progress in even the darkest hour. Emeralds are embedded with brass and paired with sweeping and textured metal forms to create this statement cuff.
Lightweight with beautiful negative space and is slightly adjustable by gently squeezing the metal.