Late summer blooms are captured in silver and copper by the hands of Magala Wuarin.
Hi <<First Name>>!
Happy first week of fall! Here in Michigan, the temperature dropped about 20 degrees on the *day of* the Equinox. Autumn came in swiftly this year! We're back up to 70 and sunny today and it feels miraculous.
I'm excited to share our newest pieces from Magali at Fifth Element Jewelry! Her petals collection is a lovely pairing of organic and architectural forms, which definitely seems to be a trademark of her work. The turquoise in this collection is bright and bold and reminds of the most saturated late summer/early autumn skies. I hope you adore them!
The name Fifth Element Jewelry came to artist Magali Wuarin as intuitively as most of her designs do. From her travels over the years, she has grown a strong bond to the cultures of the East. She feels drawn toward the philosophies, aesthetics and wholesomeness of the countries she visited. In Eastern traditions, there are not four, but five main elements: fire, wood, earth, water and, you guessed it: metal.
Her work is largely guided by intuition. She rarely has a fully formed idea of what she's going to make before getting started. Instead, she prefers to let the stones guide the way and allow the piece to evolve through the process.
I'm excited to see which pieces are your favorites! Sending you hugs from Michigan :)