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Dezeen’s top ten: jewellery

For this month's top ten we've compliled our most popular stories about jewellery.


1: in first place are these rings carved from layers of paint by Israeli designer Itay Ohaly.

2: second place goes to London designer Tithi Kutchamuch for her necklace featuring a the skull and entrails of a parrot.

3: Zaha Hadid's collection of jewellery for crystal brand Atelier Swarovski is next past the post.

4: young Israeli designer Adi Zaffran Weisler's collection of jewellery made from spent bullets is fourth most-popular.

5: our fifth most-clicked story about jewellery is these lips that can be inflated with a hand pump by Sophie Duran of Rotterdam.


6: sixth place goes to this range of jewellery by Anna Schwamborn made with the hair and cremated ashes of a dead loved one.

7: this jewellery incorporating moss by Icelandic designer Hafsteinn Juliusson is in seventh place.

8: this conceptual hearing aid that forms a flesh tunnel through the wearer’s earlobe by Designaffairs Studio of Germany is in eighth position.

9: ninth most popular is this collection of heart-shaped jewellery comprising overlapping symbols by Dutch designers Tjep.

10: New York designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew's jewellery made up of ball-and-socket joints, like those usually found in hip replacements, is in tenth place.

Another top ten coming up next month.

See also:

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