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Viruteria wooden jewels

Viruteria wooden jewels

Nov 04 2011, 12:00 pm 0 Monica Bogliolo

You may remember “No se haga bolas“, the desk dispenser created by the Mexican designers from Masiosare studio. Today we present another project from the same studio: “Virutería”, a line of unisex jewelry made entirely of wood treated with the veneer technique, which gives it a special texture and permits to incorporate different species into a single element. The word Virutería is composed of viruta, which in Spanish means the shavings derived from wood processing, and bisuteria, jewelry, always in Spanish. A project that involves fashion and sustainability, designed and made with a material biodegradable and 100% renewable.

Designer: Masiosare Studio

Tags: bracelet creative design designer eco jewelry sustainable wood

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