Seth Savarick introduced these new bangles on his Facebook page along with a couple of brooches.

While everyone else is gushing in their comments, Seth remains silent and mysterious about his latest creations. Way to keep us on our toes, Seth. What gives?┬áThere’s a cool retro look to these bangles, don’t you agree?

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    Seth’s work is always so clean and well considered. And yes, this is vey Jetsons.

    • reply jana ,

      He’s done it again….bravo to one of the best and brightest in the pc community..

      • reply Rhet ,

        • reply Seth L Savarick ,

          Hi Cynthia,
          Thanks for the spot on PCD. Yes, my new work is inspired by the Mid Centery asthetic. The Modern Primitive Braclets, as I call them, are part of a series. They are what I call Semi Hollow constructed. Very light and very strong. I;ll be talking about it all at Synergy3 Looking forward to seeing you there.

          • reply Meisha ,

            Look forward to seeing Seth at Synergy. These bracelets are…. to use a mid-century modern term “FAB”. I love them. They are beautifully executed. Well done Seth.

            • reply genevieve ,

              Love the shapes!

              • reply Lynn Lunger ,

                Gorgeous! Everything! They remind me of formica/boomerang from the ’50s? In a good way!

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