brick and mortar / Handle it!

Pioneer pendant – oak wood, carved sea pebble, string

Pixel pendant – Carrara marble, red marble, cement, silver

Pixel pendant – Carrara marble, red marble, cement, silver. Photo: me, modell: Eszter Dobai

Keystone pendant – slate, Carrara marble, red marble, cement, silver

Keystone pendant – slate, Carrara marble, red marble, cement, silver

Architectural rings – silver, iron

Spa pendant – Carrara marble, rust patina

Marble axe pendant – Carrara marble, silver, cotton string

Spa pendant – Carrara marble

Spa pendant – Carrara marble
Photo: Serena Pirredda
Model: Marta Guazzardi
Art direction: Viki Szvoboda

ManMade jewels – wood, stone, iron, cotton string

“Handle it!” (“Üsd nyélbe!”) brooch – oak wood, walnut wood, iron, silver

“Handle it!” pendant – iron, black walnut wood, chestnut wood, silver

Cultivation pendant – antique chestnut wood, iron, silver(rivet)

“Handle it!” pendants and brooch – iron, wood, bone

“Handle It!! / "Üsd nyélbe!” pendant in progress /textile direction – wood (oak, walnut), cattle bone, iron, silver

Butcher’s Choice pendant – iron, oak wood
(I just had to make a better, daylight photo after some further final touches)

Lentical Hairpin - chestnut wood, glass lens

Walking stick - bronze, chestnut wood

Iron Antler pendant - wrought iron
Walking by the river in my village I found a piece of wrought iron. It is very probably from a so called "tirante", an iron structure that holds a building together. I presume that it is at least 100 years old if not more. Nowdays this kind of iron is not produced anymore. I made a pendant out of it. Because I find this metal exreamly beautiful, I just shut up, I did not add artistic things just let the iron talk.