darkened silver irregular channel bracelet textured and set with mixed diamonds throughout the channel, 2.5 - 3 cttw
The item you receive might vary slightly from the product picture due to being 100% handmade and designed with unique materials.
Todd Pownell uses unique casting techniques and an upside-down stone setting style to give his jewelry line a new edge. About his designs, Todd says, “I like to think of my designs as evolving from an emotional state to an aesthetic experience and back again. Romanticism is a powerful influence. The interaction of dark and light metals mixed with fine gold and diamonds combine to evoke a strong sense of mystery and sublime nature. The diamonds are bead set upside-down onto the surface in pave’ or scattered across the piece. This reverse setting effectively captures and reflects light in a succession of broad flashes from the oblique angles creating a feeling of twilight.”
Todd Pownell is a Graduate Gemologist whose work has been featured in publications including the Lark Books series. He has taught and given numerous lectures and workshops focusing on topics including, stone setting, fabrication, and sharing incite into building a viable studio. Also a member of the ethical metalsmith’s jewelers for social and environmental responsibility, he supports ethical mining in sourcing their materials. The most responsible means are used while operating their studios with “Green” practices. He is a member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths, Gemological Institute of America, and the American Craft Council.