Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Second Jewellery

Here's another pair of 3d-printed earrings. They're loosely (very loosely) based on forms found among microscopic diatoms, which are enormously varied.

In point of fact, they're actually 3d-printed in wax, then cast by the lost-wax process and polished. But that's splitting hairs; the base form is 3d-printed.

Shown here is Shapeways' material render of 14k rose gold; they're also available in other, cheaper materials: silver, brass, bronze, and various plated metals.

You can find them for sale at my Shapeways shop.