Trash

Sustainability and recycling are dogmatic to modern man. This also applies to the goldsmith to whom all waste is precious – and can be of use. The inspiration…
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Sustainability and recycling are dogmatic to modern man. This also applies to the goldsmith to whom all waste is precious – and can be of use. With the “Trash” collection Hanan Emquies gives the notion of “recycling” a luxurious twist. Thus his inspiration for Trash derives from the waste bin of the goldsmith table, in which he accidentally caught a glance of the structure and aesthetics of the cut off metal.

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Sustainability and recycling are dogmatic to modern man. This also applies to the goldsmith to whom all waste is precious – and can be of use. With the “Trash” collection Hanan Emquies gives the notion of “recycling” a luxurious twist. The Trash collection holds rings, earrings and necklaces in silver and gold, and each piece of jewellery reflects the truth in the old saying “One Man’s Trash, Another Man’s Treasure”. Fashion, Jewellery, Belts, Bracelets, Metal, Accessories, Silver, Cuff, Jewelry
Trash cuff
Trash silver cuff
Sustainability and recycling are dogmatic to modern man. This also applies to the goldsmith to whom all waste is precious – and can be of use. With the “Trash” collection Hanan Emquies gives the notion of “recycling” a luxurious twist. The Trash collection holds rings, earrings and necklaces in silver and gold, and each piece of jewellery reflects the truth in the old saying “One Man’s Trash, Another Man’s Treasure”. Stunning, Modern Man, Collection, Silver Cuff, Old Quotes, Daniel Wellington
TRASH
Silver cuff from our Trash collection
Sustainability and recycling are dogmatic to modern man. This also applies to the goldsmith to whom all waste is precious – and can be of use. With the “Trash” collection Hanan Emquies gives the notion of “recycling” a luxurious twist. Thus his inspiration for Trash derives from the waste bin of the goldsmith table, in which he accidentally caught a glance of the structure and aesthetics of the cut off metal. Recycling, Holsteiner, Inspiration, Waste, Pendants, Old Things, Holstein
EMQUIES-HOLSTEIN DESIGN
Sustainability and recycling are dogmatic to modern man. This also applies to the goldsmith to whom all waste is precious – and can be of use. With the “Trash” collection Hanan Emquies gives the notion of “recycling” a luxurious twist. Thus his inspiration for Trash derives from the waste bin of the goldsmith table, in which he accidentally caught a glance of the structure and aesthetics of the cut off metal.
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