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Dot & Wave Ring

Twenty Two Hours

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Product Information

Process:

Using a cnc, the piece was cut from a sheet of brass, sanded by hand, annealed and then cast. Each piece is polished and sanded individually.

Materials:

brass

Dimensions:

size 4

Color/finish:

brass

Available Colors:
Brass, Size 4
Brass, Size 7
Silver, Size 4
Silver, Size 7

Why We Love This

Dot and Wave was borne out of a series of hand sketches - literally drawn on the hand.

Why We Love This

Dot and Wave was borne out of a series of hand sketches - literally drawn on the hand.

About Twenty Two Hours

Twenty Two Hours is a creative studio focused on the fun of making, operating out of Brooke Woosley’s tiny garage in Los Angeles. Woosley uses a variety of tools and techniques, from traditional metalsmithing to computer rapid prototyping, to create her jewelry, hardware, and lighting.