Onetime illustrator Mackenzie Law brings her passion for pattern to jewelry design in Edgeworth Jewelry. The Rhode Island–based artist turned her obsession for 20th-century wallpaper and American Indian textiles into wearable art through basketry and weaving techniques with recycled and ethically sourced metal wires shaped by vices. The result is a line rich in chevrons, latticework, braids, ruffles, lightning bolts, and other recognizable designs rendered to appear as fabric in metal form.
Diadem ring in 18k white gold with palladium is hand-woven with a 0.02 ct. diamond, $2,350.
Ten Story necklace, recognized with an award from the Palladium Alliance International Design Challenge, is woven in more than 100 feet of palladium wire with a rare earth magnet clasp, $8,000.
The Style 360 blog is your editorial source for the newest jewelry trends, market analysis, trade show insights, designer profiles, and more.Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
Follow JCK on Twitter: @jckmagazine
Follow JCK on Facebook: @jckmagazine