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.
The Columbine flower takes its name from the latin word for dove from the flowers up side down resemblance to five doves cluster together. It typically grows near meadows and is one of that most beautiful wild flowers in America. Ours is made of birch and about 1.5 inches wide and long.