Volcano Glass Cufflinks

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Emilie Shapiro

$295.00

Emilie Shapiro created by

Emilie Shapiro

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The New Black

Emilie Shapiro's take on classic black tux cufflinks is one of deconstructed, casual elegance through recycled sterling silver and rough cut obsidian. The chunky, jet black obsidian--a volcanic glass--is set in lightly patinated recycled silver bezels, making these distinctive accessories for a postmodern formal look. Perfect for an alternative groom or any evening calling for French cuffs with flair. Handmade in New York.

Emilie Shapiro

created by

Emilie Shapiro

location

New York

There was never a moment that Emilie Shapiro didn't consider herself an artist. "Before I could speak I expressed myself through what I made with my hands," she says. "I am so incredibly lucky that my parents allowed me to pursue life on the path I chose." That path led to a line of jewelry comprised entirely of one-of-a-kind pieces she crafts by combining her metalsmithing skills with her love of found objects. "I have a massive stone collection that I started when I was two," says the New York City resident. "I usually pull out out my drawers of gems and minerals and something catches my eye that I haven't seen before or forgot about." When Emilie creates a piece, she says she imagines the wearer seeing a reflection of themselves in it—“beauty in imperfection."


Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
recycled sterling silver, rough obsidian
Measurements
Stone: 0.5" dia x 1" L
Notes
Care: Store in jewelry box, avoid perfumes & hair products, avoid contact with chlorine or other chemicals.
Item ID
25601

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