Andrea Rosenfeld is a stellar designer whose work has been seen in many publications.
As you can see from her You Spin Me ring on the left, parts of her jewelry are designed to move. The swirl or coil focal spins around when the wearer moves which in turns changes the positions of the jasper gemstones.
Some of her kinetic designs are interactive. Her Harvest ring allows the wearer to manipulate the "sheaves of grain" to slightly alter the composition.
Her Click One necklace is made from a mixture of metals including recycled silver. What distinguishes this design from others is that the sculptural focal can be moved to 3 different positions and locked or "clicked" into place.
Another playful piece is her Aqua Amoeba necklace where the wearer can slip the aquamarine "cells" into different slots which then alters the overall composition.
Her Swaying Branches necklace has a nest of gemstones which slide. It's a lovely mix of citrine, peridot, blue topaz and rhyolite. What fun!
Andrea donates a percentage of all her sales to charity.
Before You Go :
- Peridot - The Evening Emerald
- Kinetic Adornment - Moving Jewelry (a collection of feature designers)
- Kinetic Jewelry - Guillotine Rings
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