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Complex designs, intricate details and innovation, printed, moulded and cast for your jewellery case
Fashion production and consumption patterns continue to be disrupted by the use of technology—be it artificial intelligence-infused shopping or ‘digitised’ clothing created for campaigns. 3D printed jewellery is one such innovation. Custom moulds and frames are easier to produce via the method, with the printing offering up complex designs in a reduced time frame. Here, brands from across the globe that are using the technology in novel ways.
Silver Rowan Necklace by Pipa Bella
Pipa Bella brings a huge chunk of their jewellery to life with 3D printing with a full range of designs customised using the technology. The Silver Rowan Necklace features overlapped design details, created on a base of brass with Rhodium plating, with a minimal aesthetic at its core. It is ideal for an understated or a casual look. The piece can be layered with other necklaces for a more elaborate look.
Price: Rs. 1,099
Solitaire Necklace by Radian
Berlin-based brand Radian offers a number of contemporary pieces influenced by architecture. This geometric pendant is a great abstract piece to add to your collection. Available in three different lengths, the necklace is a quite the statement piece. The brand ships worldwide, however for shipping to India, availability must be checked by writing to email@example.com.
Price: Rs. 23,629
Morph Brass Bangle by Nervous System
This polished brass bangle from New York-based brand Nervous System that prides itself on working at the “intersection of science, art, and technology,” is inspired by the complex cellular patterns that exist in nature. Part of their Cell Cycle collection, it is also available in silver.
Price: Rs. 31,900
International shipping charges will incur.
Infinite Petals Filigree Earrings by Isharya
Want to try the shoulder-dusting earring trend without them weighing down your ears? Try this 3D printed pair from Isharya. Part of their Infinite Petals collection, the filigree earrings are cast in brass and then gold-plated.
Price: Rs. 7,670
Subtle Seams Gold Hoop Earrings from Melorra
Minimal and elegant, these gold hoops by Melorra are a great addition to any formal outfit. A part of the brand’s High Sobriety collection, the understated pair can be styled across occasions. Crafted in yellow gold with multiple rectangular indents, the pair features different polishes in addition to the gold for a contemporary look.
Price: Rs. 27,332
Crop Circle Cuff from Guy & Max
Add a unique sci-fi touch to your look with this crop circle cuff from London-based jewelers Guy & Max. The cuff is a statement piece that can be paired with minimally-styled outfits. The label is also known for its efforts towards adhering to sustainable practices, with its use of recycled precious metal to avoid contributing to the mining process wherever possible.
Price: Rs. 68,955
International shipping charges cost Rs. 1,700.
Speckled Marquis Earrings by Endswell
Bored of plain hoops? Try this pair from American brand Endswell with Jasper stone on 14k rose-gold hoops. The stone, jasper, is a naturally-occurring spotted or speckled stone which symbolises strength and energy. It is an aggregate of quartz. Each stone is one-of-a-kind and will ensure each pair of earrings is unique.
Price: Rs. 4,253
International shipping charges cost between Rs. 1,900 – Rs. 4,800
Serpent Choker by Diana Law
A choker is a great way to add edge to your wardrobe, like this piece from Paris-based designer Diana Law. The artist who is responsible for a plethora of 3D printed creations, made this piece for an editorial for Vogue Poland. The serpent shaped head and open pattern of the choker makes it a distinctive piece.
Price: Rs. 40,977
Double Finger Chameleon Ring by DianasGardens
Delicate and intricate, this ring by DianasGardens on e-marketplace Etsy is a great piece to add to your collection of rings. It sits on two fingers and is carved in solid brass or bronze, featuring two small 3D printed chameleons.
Price: Rs. 3,462
International shipping charges cost Rs. 1,400
All products in this compilation are independently selected by The Voice of Fashion’s editorial team—it does not contain any sponsored content or affiliate marketing links.