Jewelry made from fragments of broken vintage china


Boodi Blu is a London jeweler who makes beautiful, clever pieces out of broken pieces of vintage and antique china, puzzled together with small metal fittings. I just saw them in person at a flea market stall and they're wonderful, the kind of thing a suicidal AI might piece together in the bittersweet denouement of a William Gibson novel.

Boodi Blu

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  1. I’d like to suggest http://nozomiproject.com/ for anyone interested in this type of jewelry.
    “one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry featuring broken pieces of pottery left in the wake of the tsunami (called the Shards of Hope product line)”

    1. Applause for some quick thinking folks, who still saw the beauty and usefulness in the broken pieces.

  2. Might I suggest the nozomiproject.com. It consists of women in northern Japan making “one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry featuring broken pieces of pottery left in the wake of the tsunami (called the Shards of Hope product line),”

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