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Brazilian marbled paper
With their mod pucci-esque swirls of color, these Brazilian marbled paper inlays lend a vintage vibe to the modern metal aesthetic. For those looking to channel their inner Edie Sedgwick or Twiggy (pre-America's Next Top Model days...ahem!), pick your vibrant hue. False eyelashes optional.
Feeling all buttoned-up? The man got you down? Flash a little Brazilian discotheque between your lapels with these colorful swirl inlays made from marbled Brazilian paper. You'll heat up those air-conditioned nightmare days by alluding to the Carnival-like delights of the after work nights.
Conjure up images of a jubilant Dashain festival and brightly colored kites flying against a cloudless sky with the tone-on-tone floral motifs in these LamaLi Lokta fibre paper inlays. Made by Nepalese village co-ops, these necklaces are like tiny stainless steel windows into the lush steep mountainsides of Nepal.
The tone-on-tone floral motifs in these LamaLi Lokta fibre paper inlays made by Nepalese village co-ops convey a mother-nature elegance. Earthy and earth-friendly, these pendants imbue their wearer with the world-wise look of someone who has recently visited the Bodnath Stupa in Kathmandu (in person, silly, not just on the Travel Channel).
Like the elaborate wardrobe of a 1930's-era Senior Geisha, these washi paper inlays convey the subtle moodiness of the seasons—from the contemplative buds of winter to the exuberant blooms of summer—in a polite way, of course [insert red-mouthed giggle from behind hand].
A discreet sliver of washi paper inlay conveys the subtle beauty of the old Gion district, in a modern stainless steel setting. Floral motifs convey the subtle moodiness of the seasons—from the contemplative buds of winter to the exuberant blooms of summer. Now you just need to practice your Shami-Sen.
A bridesmaid's secret weapon, these necklaces have the power to neutralize bridezilla-mandated frumpiness in one fell swoop. With washi paper inlays, whose floral motifs convey the subtle moodiness of the seasons—from the contemplative buds of winter to the exuberant blooms of summer—you'll very nearly provoke her ire with your beauty.
If a tree were to mosey on over to 5th St. and get inked by Anil Gupta, it would look something like this. In these wood inlay necklaces, brown, orange and purple wood is etched with repeating geometric patterns. Mysterious and brooding, the dark wood lay in stark contrast to the luminescence of the stainless steel. It turns out Man hearts Nature.
Glimpse the world of the elusive wood nymph with these etched wood inlay pendants. Brown, orange and purple wood is etched with botanical motifs. Mysterious and enchanting, the dark wood provides a stark contrast to the luminescence of the stainless steel frame. Get thee luring!
Dainty circle and pert square studs echo the mod geometric patterns and botanical motifs of their necklace counterparts. Evoking the mystique of the deep wood, with the saturated brightness of the high noon sun echoed in the stainless steel framing, these earrings show that the hatchet of "man versus nature" has temporarily been buried.
Andy Warhol may have preferred Cambell's soup cans, but we like to make our statements with preserved foliage. A bit of pop art for your neck, these modern stainless steel pendants feature a white acrylic background and preserved pieces of foliage in bright, 80's-worthy colors.
Natural mother of pearl
With all the shimmery opalescence of the Milky Way (galaxy, not bar), these mother of pearl inlay necklaces allow you to put your celestial foot forward. So next time a handsome stranger calls you a heavenly creature, you'll know it's not total BS.
Put your celestial foot forward with these ‘slice of heaven' mother of pearl inlay pendants. All shimmery and opalescent, they'll confirm that you are, in fact, out of this world. Wings sold separately.
Though you have tucked your wings away (no need to be ostentatious) these shimmery, opalescent mother of pearl inlay earrings confirm your status as a bona fide celestial being. If you're looking for one accessory to take off before leaving the house, I'd toss the halo.