Eri Dimitriadi is a full-time architect and self-taught jewelry designer from Athens, Greece. Her collection sold under the brand name, Eried, is a combination of delicate beads made from polymer clay, precious stones and silver. She writes that she likes mixing different materials and tries to make all her creations have a progressive flow. In her own words these pieces are “flowers born out of stone”.
You can follow her on Facebook and purchase her designs on Etsy.
Images: Courtesy of Eried.
Found these intricate beaded and embroidered brooches on Japanese handmade market website, Iichi. We don’t know who the creator is but the jewelry are sold under the brand Monolog. They are made with glass beads and cotton embroidery thread on felt. You can follow monolog on Tumblr and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Monolog.
Moscow-based jewelry designer, Anastasia Pribelskaya, creates jewelery and art-objects inspired by nature’s natural forms and textures. She utilizes both traditional and contemporary blown glass, lampwork and metalclay techniques. She is a creative director at the Russian Glass Academy and teaches at her own studio, Rowan Craft.
You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram. Some of her work can be purchased on Etsy.
Images: Courtesy of Anastasia Pribelskaya.