Kinetic jewelry is so much fun. It's not just the interactive function. I suspect fidgety wearers will also appreciate twiddling the designs to while away nervous energy. So I am always on the lookout for more moving jewelry designs. The more innovative, the better.
I was living in Halifax, Nova Scotia when the city scored a direct hit with Hurricane Juan back in 2003. So the spiral rain bands which make up the characteristic hurricane weather symbol is familiar to me. The Spinning Hurricane necklace by yabettasupadont on Etsy might just make portray some inner turmoil for the wearer?
This cool steampunk tie bar by Wendy van Fleet of Steampunk Perceptions LLC features not just vintage watch parts but a spinning propeller!
Virginie Millefiori (don't you think she is just perfectly named for a jewelry designer?) has a fun take on kinetic jewelry. Her pin wheel designs such as her ring below feature metallic versions which move when you blow on them.
The spinning gyroscope pendant design is also another fun one for the young at heart. The design is by Betty of Fox Tail Jewelry also on Etsy.
Pauline of Drake Designs Jewelry sells the riveted Compass Pendant complete with a spinning needle as a college graduation gift. It's such a clever message to the recipient - the world is now theirs to explore.
Before You Go:
- Kinetic Adornments - Moving jewelry
- Kinetic Jewelry - Guillotine Rings
- Wire Wrapped Coin Pendant or Key Chain Jewelry
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