Trash has a beauty of its own provided you can identify that recyclable element that lies very much there. Folks at Tanith have based their artistic abilities on that seemingly-imperceptible-to-many element. Accordingly, over the years, they have been designing and fabricating stunning fashion accessories for eco conscious fashion lovers. Utilizing guitar string, steampunk and found objects, they allow vintage fashion to see its revival.
Have a look at some real masterpieces you can avail at their Etsy shop:
Light Bulb Necklace
Made from an old night light bulb and a salvaged brass coil wrapped in brass wire, the light bulb necklace measures about 2 1/4″ long and 7/8″ wide. The one-of-their-kind necklaces are just perfect for any occasions.
Guitar String Earrings
Made from hand coiled bronze guitar strings, amber colored glass beads, and brass guitar string ball ends, the Guitar String Earrings allows fashion lovers to keep those musical strings close to their ears. Since the jewelry items owe their existence to previously played strings, you may find them with discoloration. Anyway, eco conscious folks won’t mind them having those slight aberrations.
Industrial Hardware Bracelet
Fashioned out of salvaged hardware that strings onto annealed steel wire, the bracelet is one of the rawest jewelry items you’d ever worn. The perfectly flexible bracelet would fit most wrist sizes, its creators claim. However, it may not keep its original shape.
Paper Bead Bracelet Cuff
Touting hand rolled paper beads made from a vintage Spanish book, the Paper Bead Bracelet Cuff has a diameter of about 7 1/2″ from outside end to outside end. Steel wires ensure that the bracelet fits most wrist sizes.
Typewriter Shift Key Necklace
The Shift Key Necklace is fashioned out of a vintage typewriter shift key, which was recovered from a 1917 Royal No. 5 typewriter. What makes this necklace stand out is a lobster claw clasp and a 20″ antiqued brass chain.