Inspired by the blind, making jewellery for those who can't see and appreciate beauty visually as most of the arts and design appeals to. Instead these pieces appeal to the other senses; tactility and touch through the soft, natural wood, as well as concealed sounds that can only be heard in response


to movement on the body when worn.

This neckpiece has soft fur lining for the back of the neck for comfort when wearing it. Steel ball bearings embedded in the wood surface can swivel for something to fidget with that responds to touch. The piece also makes clicking noise that responds to body movement but hidden from sight. Magnet attachments at the front allow ease of wear for someone without sight too.

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steel, faux leather strap, mahogany, ball chain, magnets, faux fur, stainless steel ball bearings

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