Sedimentary Swarovski by Sophie Woodage

Necklace, knuckle duster and rings.
Recently in Kamilo Beach, Hawaii, there was a discovery of a new type of rock named Plastiglomerate, “an indurated, multi-composite material made hard by agglutination of rock and molten plastic”. Submerging Swarovski crystals and jewellery into the resin, I aimed to capture the idea of the possibility of unsold stock eventually becoming fossilised in the landfill. By grinding back the resin, I've created interesting cross-sections through the stones.
Sophie Woodage
Sedimentary Swarovski
Repurposed Swarovksi jewellery, jesmonite, cotton cord.

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