Jan Kirsh Studio announces the release of an exciting line of 3D printed jewelry with 21st century style and design. Jan is a celebrated landscape designer and artist working on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The new jewelry collection is modeled after the artist’s renowned, larger-than-life fruit and vegetable sculptures, as seen in public and private installations worldwide.
Requiring seven years of research and development, the jewelry’s elegant, detailed appearance is the result of cutting-edge 3D printing techniques, with the addition of fine Swarovski crystals. Both pendants and earrings are available and can be worn individually or as a matching set.
“Each piece has been meticulously designed to represent my sculpture on a smaller scale, with innovative 3D printing technology,” explains Jan, on the process of how they are made. “Comprised of metal alloy with a ‘high energy tumbled’ finish, this is an exciting way to design and make jewelry that simply has never existed before.” She adds, “The new line appeals to all ages and backgrounds, anyone who loves fashion, art and the beauty of Mother Nature.”
Now available online, the first batch of pieces are ready to ship. The jewelry is expected to be available in various retail establishments beginning in April. To discover the collection, learn more about the artist, and browse jewelry-inspired recipes, visit store.jankirshstudio.com.