From waste to bling
Do your part in recycling and reducing carbon emissions with Amado Gudek’s necklaces, brooches and earrings. Launched by local designer Elaine Tan, the jewellery line handcrafts its bling using by-products of waste – called ‘bioresins’ – and other eco-friendly materials. Compared to traditional petroleum-based resins, these bioresins the Singapore label imports from the US contain renewable materials that are sourced from industrial waste.
Amado Gudek’s latest collection, Mountain Bonsai, taps into the subtle beauty of plant fillers, which are typically used to complement larger flowers and bouquets. These plant fillers, such as sea moss, are dried then framed and embedded by hand into speckled bioresin blocks.
See amadogudek.com for stockists.
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