I create contemporary yet classic pieces in precious metals and rare gems-I love "bling" and are'nt afraid to use it!Bold,direct and sometimes brash my work reflects myself-fusing modern with old school,Urban highly wearable art for a new generation.
Courtesy of the Artist-Sydney
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I just checked out your erosion range and yes it's very similiar, I guess great minds think alike ! As you can probably tell from my style of jewellery that i'm into my music and the 33/45 ring of is based on the design of the timing dots used on the classic turntable , the Technics 1200. If you you have a look at the picture in this link you can see where my inspiration comes from.