Naked Geometry is art and jewelry inspired by mathematics and nature. All of our woodwork is created in Pittsburgh community maker-spaces from sustainable materials, using a combination of laser cutting and traditional craft. The hardwood we use is either reclaimed, dead-fall, or ethically sourced. The plywood we use is LEED, F.S.C.-certified or better. Our findings and chains are nickel-free. Our cords are waxed cotton. All geometric art and design is created in-house by a small team of eccentrics.
Abalone Flower Necklace
$50.00 – $60.00
Each one of these pieces has a unique 3/4″ circle of cut abalone in the center, and three different species of colorful hardwood on the perimeter, in a hexagonal, flower-like design that is based on the seed of life.
Our flowers comes in two variations, an earthtone flower that comes from reclaimed hardwoods. We use maple, cherry, and walnut, all sourced locally in the Pittsburgh area. The backs are from Juniper.
Our colorful flower variations are composed of Padauk, Osage Orange, and Mahogany. They are backed with Zebrawood. All of the wood we use is reclaimed from other woodworkers who would otherwise have discarded it.
It goes without saying that every piece we make is unique, each comes in a range of color, grain, as does the inlaid abalone. We got through get lengths to select the best wood and shell patterns for our work but what you receive may vary slightly from the picture. Message us if you have a specific request!