AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

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AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

This walnut jewellery case by Munich accessory designer Saskia Diez for German brand e15 separates jewels within carved concentric circles.

AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

Called AC02 Jewel, the box comprises three stacking trays and a lid.

AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

Each layer has a different configuration of interior walls to prevent items of jewellery knocking together and getting tangled.

AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

e15 will present the product at the newly-opened Andreas Murkudis showroom in Berlin this week.

AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

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AC02 Jewel by Saskia Diez for e15

E15 debuts AC02 JEWEL, a discrete and sculptural hand finished wooden jewellery case designed by Saskia Diez, which e15 will present at the much anticipated opening of the new Andreas Murkudis showroom on 06 July 2011 in Berlin along with a selection of the new releases for 2011.

AC02 JEWEL is a modular four piece jewellery case, hand finished in solid European walnut. The interior of each of the three shaped stackable cases has different interior partitions, which conveniently lend themselves to the storing of jewellery or precious objects. The top sheath finishes with a closing top. The tactile appearance of AC02 JEWEL reflects the aesthetics and design language of e15, featuring the pure use of material, simplicity and function.

The jewellery case AC02 JEWEL marks e15’s first collaboration with the German designer Saskia Diez, most known for her unique jewellery designs as well as her recently launched and awarded travel bag “Papier”. Her progressive, sensual and detailed designs, innovative use of high quality materials and cultural references from traditional and modern perfectly match e15’s aesthetics and design philosophy.

  • http://www.designdcode.com Shivangi

    It is beautiful design for a jewelry case!!…..but from the picture it does remind me of a chip & dip bowl :)

    • Kerby

      Thats a jewellery box designed with great respect for its container and contents, kudos.

  • http://www.dailygrail.com Red Pill Junkie

    The case is gorgeous and looks sensual to the touch. But I wonder about how much space it takes in comparison with how many jewels you can store in it. Even a dude like me knows storing space is an issue for the ladies ;)