Beautiful textured double drop earrings from the “Barking mad about you” range. Cast from sea bark found along the West coast of Ireland where Eily calls home, these stand out earrings will sound like waves lapping on your earlobes.
The silver “bee” part of these earrings are cast from various bee parts. Eily’s one of a kind work revolves around creating “Hybrid” species that are human manipulated forms of nature. The bees here have abnormal wings and head growths.
The stones and post are cast from 9 carat white gold and have an antique look to them. Rose cut onyx stones are set into the 9 carat gold.
The earrings come from Eily’s one of a kind ‘Relic’ collection which has been exhibited worldwide in order to highlight the plight of bees.
Only 6 pieces were made for this small collection so these are a rare and special piece of jewellery.
One of a kind.
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Cast from Irish sea bark, this gold ring has a lovely texture and a high polished smooth inside for comfort. It is a slim band, fitting neatly and delicately on your finger at approximately 2.3 mm in width.
Submit your size when ordering it will be custom made to your size. Looks very cool as a stacking ring with others or in 3 different metal colours.
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Cast from sea bark, this gold ring has a lovely texture and polished smooth inside for comfort. It is has a wall of 1-1.2mm in depth and 5mm approx in width. Organic textures change the depth and widths so measurements are approximate.
One 9 carat gold ring in stock!
Can also be made up in silver, gold plated, rose gold plated, 9ct 14ct or 18 carat, platinum, please enquire to firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
“Algae Bloom” ring is a nod to algal blooms which occur in water where there is a rapid increase in the population of algae. This causes a discoloration in the water, which has varying shades of teals and greens. It is often caused by too much fertilizer being washed into the water promoting the growth of bacteria, which cause these blooms. Man’s residual effect of fertilizing the soil, forgetting the symbiosis that exists between all living organisms.
Eily’s work deals with the disruption of nature’s order by creating hybrid works of macabre jewellery. Acting as the beholder of such manipulation, she mimics the power we have and sometimes abuse, to alter nature’s path. Ultimately, leading to a juxtaposition of allure and a sinister presence lurking through the work.
Each piece is made by collecting and combining various organic matter based on it’s intrinsic qualities. These are married together to create new other worldly forms by the process of casting. This ring has been cast from natural materials with some wax carving. It has been cast in two parts, silver and 18 carat gold, then soldered. It has been oxidized, enameled and a tourmaline and quartz are set into the ring.