So generally speaking, I'm not a big jewelry person (hang on don't slap me yet). I find that the vast majority of jewelry available, even by high end designers, is pretty boring, or worse - cheap looking. Apart from a few classic, simple pieces for every day - something slender, gold, minimal - jewelry should be carefully edited, and/or pack a significant, relevant punch.
Enter the tzar of statement jewelry: Andres Gallardo. Whatever this guy is smoking, I'll have what he's having.
Not only is his aesthetic exactly the stuff I salivate over: porcelain, flora, fauna, feminine, and cleverly absurd, his pieces are hand crafted in small batches using found porcelain objects. Prices start at $100 (ridiculously accessible for a high-end one-of) and run up to around $650.
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