Ashka Dymel was born in Warsaw, Poland. She moved to the United States and earned a degree in environmental design from Parsons School of Design. Her architectural background is clearly visible in the geometric forms, volumes, and solids of her jewelry. Ashka is inspired by modern art movements, espeically the Bauhaus School and Russian Avant Garde. http://www.uncommongoods.com/artist?299
Come Full Spectrum
Polish-born jeweler Ashka Dymel lets her background in geometry, modular design, and architecture inform the aesthetic of her uniquely painterly jewelry. In all of her elegant pieces, translucent, semi-precious gems are arranged carefully like still pools of paint on an artist's palette. Like a proper painting, she frames each tender artwork in swirled, coiled, or boxed strips of sterling silver, giving each piece structure and a refined appearance.
This handmade, rectangular pendant gathers droplets of garnet, pink and green tourmaline, and peridot in a horizontal stack in spectrum order. The graceful yet restrained beauty of this rainbow-hued piece brings a pop of color to the formal ensemble or can add polish to your favorite jeans-and-tee. Handmade in Brooklyn, New York.
Pair this piece with the matching Wedge Earrings.