Spare, dramatic polymer

Belgium’s Jagna Birecka brings drama and personal style into her polymer mokume gane pieces.

The names reflect her sense of theatricality, such as Martian Sunrise, Gale in the Atlantic Ocean and Wandering Albatross.

For all the drama, Jagna’s pieces are spare and clean. See more of them on her Etsy site and Facebook page.

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  • reply isil ,

    I love this jewelry so lovely! She is a very talented artist!

    • reply Heyme ,

      I love this! Very original, very zen-like, they are beautiful!

      • reply averilpam ,

        Jagna’s mokume gane is just stunning and I love her colour combinations!

        • reply Elena ,

          Congratulations Jagna! Your creations are very beautiful!!

          • reply Selma ,

            Beautiful and elegant piece of art jewelry! 🙂

            • reply Katerina ,

              Fantastic piece.

              • reply JagnaB ,

                This is such a great (and also extremely nice) surprise to see my pendant here today. Thank you, Cynthia!

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